Police: Skunk Lands Man In Jail

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Updated: 8/02/2013 7:19 pm
A Kentucky man is in the Bell County detention center after being arrested for taking a skunk to the rest room at a gas station and leaving it there.

Middlesboro Police arrested Kevin Kibert and charged him with criminal mischief.

Police said a store manager told them Kibert walked into the restroom with a garbage bag and came back out, saying, "sorry, man…" to a worker as he left.

The worker says he went to see what Kibert was "sorry about" and found a baby skunk, which had already sprayed the men's room. The manager said people would walk up the door, smell the skunk odor and leave.
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