Adams head of the H-D Museum security tells the Naked Cowboy to leave the event before he gets off his bike.
Biker in a cowboy hat wearing only a brief swimsuit was kicked out of the H-D Museum Custom bike show.
By H. Nelson Goodson
September 2, 2012
Milwaukee, WI - On Sunday, Aaron Adams, the head of the Harley-Davidson's Museum security kicked out a disabled biker that drove into the rally with his motorcycle just before 4:00 p.m wearing a cowboy hat, swimsuit briefs, leather pouch and with his nipples taped. The semi-naked biker identified himself to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) as the Naked Cowboy.
Adams told the biker that he wasn't a female to have covered his nipples, then told him to leave immediately and come back later with "wearing some clothes."
The Naked Cowboy then left after Adams limited a crowd gathered around the scene from taking photos with the senior citizen biker. It seemed Adams who has worked at the museum for over a year lacked any understanding of the modern dress code or attire by some bikers today. He might have saw it offensive to see a senior citizen with his nipples covered enough to lead into a legal challenge by the Naked Cowboy for being kicked out of a public event with not so clear rules about their dress code or policy to attend such an event that included the kick-off of the 110th Anniversary yearlong festivities.
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