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Naked Randy Travis Arrested in Grayson County

It wasn't long ago that we found country singer Randy Travis drinking wine in front of the First Baptist Church in Sanger. But the man has topped himself.

Pretty much everyone is now reporting that Travis walked naked into a Grayson County convenience store to buy cigarettes last night, crashed his car, then lay, still naked, in the middle of Farm-to-Market Road 922. Then, as he was being arrested for DWI, he allegedly threatened to shoot a state trooper. His girlfriend bonded him out of jail.

As you can see above, his mug shot don't look so pretty this time around.

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