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2 men arrested at Woodward Dream Cruise

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(Credit: Ferndale Police) Anthony Zanetti (Credit: Ferndale Police) Anthony Zanetti
(Credit: Ferndale Police Dept.) Peter Jacobsen (Credit: Ferndale Police Dept.) Peter Jacobsen
FERNDALE, Mich. (WJBK) -

Two local men are facing charges in separate cases of indecent exposure that happened at last weekend's Woodward Dream Cruise.

Ferndale police say 50-year-old Anthony Zanetti was arrested after a bizarre incident that started when he hit a man while riding his bicycle on Woodward. When the man tried to help him up witnesses say Zanetti started yelling racial slurs and then dropped his shorts exposing himself to the crowd.

He was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct.

Shortly after the Dream Cruise ended, witnesses told police they saw a naked man fondling himself in a car in the area of Woodward and Lewiston. 52-year-old Peter Jacobsen reportedly drove away when a witness started talking with police. Officers found Jacobsen a short time later and he was charged with indecent exposure.

Both men are out on bond.

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