To begin with, traveling can always be a stressful situation.  Everyone deals with the stresses of flying differently, but this Boston man went a little too far.  While the laws in Florida are certainly not identical to those of Massachusetts (i.e. we don’t have a charge of mayhem), attempted murder seems like it may be a bit much.

Granted, the facts are still coming out, so we are sure there is probably much more to the story, but attempted murder is clearly a very serious allegation.  If this were Florida, any State Attorney’s Office would have zero problem loading up on charges, including Exposure of Sexual Organs, Battery on a Person Over 65, Loitering and Prowling, Burglary (potentially), Aggravated Battery, etc.

If you or a loved one has fallen naked out of an airport bathroom ceiling, contact Greater Tampa Law, P.L.  Your Bridge to Justice.

BOSTON – A Boston man faces a laundry list of charges he allegedly stripped naked, climbed into the ceiling of a woman’s bathroom, fell onto the floor and assaulted an elderly man at Logan Airport.

Massachusetts State Police said Cameron Shenk, 26, walked into a Terminal C women’s bathroom, removed his clothes and climbed into the drop ceiling just before 12 p.m. on Saturday, reports CBS Boston.

Shenk then fell through the ceiling back onto the floor, suffering cuts to his head and body, and ran from the bathroom “naked and bleeding,” police said.

After leaving the bathroom, Shenk allegedly assaulted and seriously injured an 84-year-old man. The elderly man was transported to an area hospital with injuries that police said are non-life threatening.

While arresting Shenk, an officer suffered a minor injury that police said required medical treatment.

Shenk was taken to Mass General Hospital to be treated for his injuries. When he is released, police will return him to barracks at Logan Airport for booking.

The Boston resident is facing charges of attempted murder, mayhem, assault and battery on a person over 60, assault and battery on a police officer, lewd and lascivious act, and malicious destruction of property over $250.”

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