Surveillance video shows naked man's rampage in Houston

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by REKHA MUDDARAJ

KHOU

Posted on November 26, 2013 at 8:55 PM

HOUSTON – Surveillance cameras were rolling when a man went on a naked weekend rampage in the Galleria area.

Ugo Iyebu, 28, first trashed the inside of the Shell station on Westheimer near 610, according to police.

A clerk said Iyebu was enraged because he refused to turn on a pump without payment. Video shows the suspect pushing a computer and cash register off the counter, ripping out the coffee machine and scattering products to the floor.

Before leaving the station, Iyebu retrieved a gun from his vehicle and smashed out the rear window of a car near the gas pumps. The driver of that car quickly sped away.

Authorities say Iyebu continued his rampage across the street at Luxury Car Rentals.

He stripped off his clothes and bashed a bunch of expensive cars, including a Lamborghini. An employee said Iyebu caused $100,000 to $200,000 worth of damage.

A witness sent video of the man standing naked on top of one car waving a University of Houston flag. The flag was later found stuck into a shattered windshield.

Iyebu is charged with felony criminal mischief. His bond has been set at $10,000.

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