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Man pantsed by spiked fence, found hanging upside down near school

(Source: Jesse Sensibar / Facebook) (Source: Jesse Sensibar / Facebook)
Miles-Exploratory Learning Center, 1400 E. Broadway Blvd. (Source: Google Map) Miles-Exploratory Learning Center, 1400 E. Broadway Blvd. (Source: Google Map)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A man in Arizona learned a valuable lesson about jumping spiked fences in baggy pants.

Michelle Valenzuela, with the communications department of the Tucson Unified School District, said the incident happened around 10:30 a.m. Friday at Miles-Exploratory Learning Center on East Broadway Boulevard.

According to a safety report, a locksmith working at the school spotted a man trying to get into a couple of rooms.

When the man saw the locksmith he ran and tried to jump back over the school's spiked fence.

The suspect didn't quite make the leap, his pants got caught and he was left hanging upside down with his underwear showing.

That's when Jesse Sensibar and Kristin Woodall were passing by. They snapped a photo and shared the story on Facebook.

Sensibar said he saw the man while driving down the road and decided to turn around and help but "by the time I got back around the block the cops were rolling up two cars deep."

Valenzuela and Sensibar both said the man was arrested by the Tucson Police Department.

No one was injured and no students were at the school due to spring break.

Tucson News Now reached out to TPD, but they said they have no record of such an incident.

Sensibar's complete post can be found below:

One more reason not to jump fences in baggy pants. I saw this homie hanging around at the Miles School this morning when I was rolling eastbound on Broadway Avenue.

I was going to help him off the fence but by the time I got back around the block the cops were rolling up two cars deep. I don't know what his story was but it must not have been good enough, fifteen minutes later when I went back by the other direction going home he was cuffed up in the backseat. He smiled for the camera.

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