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A man hides from police wearing a lamp shade as a disguise. An action packed, bizarre incident occurred when 35-year-old Thomas McFadden, a plumber by occupation, walked into a Florida restaurant and told employees he was there to fix a leak. He soon snuck off and climbed above the ceiling of the women’s bathroom. McFadden crawled across the tiles but eventually fell through, landing in the establishment’s liquor closet. He ran out of the restaurant when employees questioned him and jumped in a pond. A little while later, a nearby homeowner found a mud covered, wet man sitting on his couch. That man turned out to be McFadden of course. When police arrived at the home, the suspect hid in a closet using a lampshade as a disguise. He was arrested, but his bizarre behavior was said to result from a “two-week methamphetamine binge.”Last year, a 20-year-old man from Washington was arrested and charged after he allegedly filled his wife's cigarette with methamphetamine without her knowledge. He reportedly told his spouse that he wanted her to get high so she would understand why he liked it so much.