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But if he would’ve stopped, couldn’t he then have sued the police over his ensuing blue balls?

kilt.jpgLast Friday, Nathan Blair appeared in court (via video) in a kilt to plead not guilty to charges of indecent exposure and public sex. Seems that in the wee hours of Thursday night/Friday morning, the 24-year-old Blair went out to a busy street wearing his black kilt, and started showing off his goods to passing motorists. He then went into his backyard and started going at it with a lady friend. The cops showed up at about 3:30 a.m. and ordered Blair and the lady to “cease and desist” their rumpus. And while the police lieutenant on the scene said folks usually stop their scrumping when ordered to by the police, the drunk Blair and his 20-year-old gal kept on keeping on. So they were arrested, of course.

This story reminds me of an old joke I believe I originally heard on “Dr. Demento” way back in the day:

So a Scotsman stumbles out of a local pub one evening and decides to pass out by a cozy looking tree. While he’s sleeping, two women happen by and notice the passed out man. “You know,” says one of the gals, “I’ve always wanted to see what those guys wear under their kilts.” So the two girls walk over and sneak a peak under the man’s kilt, where they find nothing but what God graced him with.
They decide to leave a gift as a thank you, and one of the girls takes a blue ribbon out of her hair, tying it around the sleeping man’s member. Later on, the Scot wakes up and wanders over to some shrubs to open his flood gates. After lifting his kilt he notices the nice little blue ribbon and, though he’s perplexed for a minute, he eventually figures it out: “Ah lad, I don’t know where you been, but I see you won first prize!”

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Ah, great song, not sure where it originated, but I know the Irish Rovers did a cover. Lyrics here:.

You know, there's actually a song along those lines. I used to hear it all the time when I listened to Dr. Demento's radio show.

If you look up "lyrics scotsman clad in kilt" using google you'll find some sites with lyrics to the song. The lyrics are very close to your description.

yeah, the Brobdingnagian Bards do that song: http://thebards.net/

Ahh, the Scotsman. The Dr. Demento version is done by Bryan Bowers.