Earlier this month, a 22-year-old naked man stole a car and crashed through the garage of the Sedro Woolley Museum in Washington State. The man was bleeding and clearly under the influence of drugs when he was found the next day in the stolen car. He had spent the night rearranging items in the museum's storage area and had taken a few pieces with him the next day. The morning before the break-in, the same man had been caught trying to steal a car at a local Walmart. 

What kind of drug makes you want to break into a museum and form patterns on the floor with the artifacts? Maybe we wasn't on drugs and just felt inspired to do some weird performance art piece. Either way, he was charged with burglary, theft, and car prowling (which is a thing, apparently). The museum will have to depend on donors to fund the repairs.

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[via ArtInfo]