School chief shot a moon

October 1978: Cleveland School Board President John E. Gallagher Jr. was charged with a misdemeanor and fined $100. The prosecutor explained the reason for the charge to the press: "He shot a moon — that's what he did." A state trooper had witnessed Gallagher, who was a passenger in a car driving north along I-271, pull his pants down and expose his bare buttocks to his brother, who was driving in a passing car. Gallagher pleaded no contest.

The Akron Beacon Journal - Nov 1, 1978

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Sep 27, 2016
     Category: School | 1970s | Pranks

Kind of unusual for a 27-year-old to be president of a big-city school board.
Posted by ges on 09/27/16 at 10:00 PM
Our thing around my hometown was to get the girls to show us their chests during Friday cruise night. Easy for them with the tube top fashion craze of the time. Never knew of any arrests over that, though.
Posted by KDP on 09/28/16 at 09:15 AM
Still thinking like a kid, eh?
Posted by GFinKS on 10/03/16 at 09:34 AM
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