I was THIS close to buying a kilt during Celtic Classic this year, but, I’m just not quite there yet. See, if I buy one, I want to wear it at least once a month somewhere. In order to do that, I need a kilt that is super quality and awesome and debonair. Basically, one that Sean Connery would approve of. The problem with those is that they are either hard to find in person to make them eligible for an impulse buy or they cost ONE BAZILLION EUROS!
So, in the meantime, I’m just going to love stories about guys who take off their kilts in the middle of the street and show of their twig and berries.
(Oh, real quick, check out the growing Celtic Classic Photo Hunt selected gallery. We’ll start giving out prizes early next week.)
A man who might have had a little too much fun at Celtic Classic removed his kilt in the middle of E. Fourth Street at about 12:40 a.m. Sunday, according to the Bethlehem Police Department’s weekend incidents report.
Then, sans kilt, the nearly naked man entered the Sotto Santi Pizzeria at 10 W. Fourth St., according to The Express Times. The offender, whom police did not identify, was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, police said.
Lt. Mark Diluzio told the newspaper that the annual cultural festival generally does not bring with it much in the way of criminal activity and this year was no exception. SOURCE: The Bethlehem Patch
Celtic Classic is traditionally free of crime. I’ll leave it up to you to figure out why.
If you are wearing a kilt, however, you really shouldn’t have anything under it. That’s the whole point of wearing a kilt. You’re actually almost encouraged by tradition to go commando. The only exception is if you have Batman briefs.
So, now I need the kilt since I have an exception.