A man with a mental health problem was seen on the morning of Tuesday June 4, walking naked along the streets of downtown Mérida.
After a series of citizen reports regarding the presence of this man, agents of the Municipal Police of Mérida located him, and took the man to his home, in the center of the city.
Users of social networks shared an image of the individual, whose name was not revealed, as local media refers to him as C.J.B., walking completely naked on Calle 66, near the corner with Calle 55.
The municipal agents approached him on the corner of Calle 59 with 66, placed the man inside the patrol car, and took him to his home, where he was handed over to his relatives.
The Yucatan Times Newsroom with information from Yucatan Ahora
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