A drunken boater and a two naked men riding jet skis were the cause of problems on Gull Lake in the Brainerd Lakes Area earlier this month. He launched his patrol boat in the water and was quickly flagged down by the boater who reported the lewd behavior, with the boater accusing the "naked people" of circling a pontoon boat owned by Cragun's Resort, and of a blue boat circling a sailboat, nearly causing it to capsize. Collette tracked the boat down and saw it maneuvering in a reckless manner, driving in very tight circles with two jet skis jumping the wake caused by the boat's erratic behavior. Collette pulled the boater over and while he did so the two jet skiers headed for a nearby shoreline dock, before eventually coming back out to the boats. All three appeared to have been drinking, Collette noted, but instead of keeping three possibly intoxicated people on the water he told the two naked jet skiers to head back to shore and wait for him. The man on the pontoon sent the below video to Collette for proof of the incident.
Charges: Naked jet skiers on Gull Lake were "offensive, abusive, noisy, obscene''
DNR cites 2 men after getting report about naked Jet Skiers on Brainerd lake – Twin Cities
Please see our Commenting Policy for more. A Hamilton man operating a jet ski while naked in the City of Kawartha Lakes on Thursday faces impaired driving and other charges, police say. Police say several witnesses expressed concern for the safety of the operator. When officers arrived, several witnesses indicated the jet ski operator was not wearing a bathing suit, according to police.
Naked jet skiers, drunk boater cited for causing problems on Gull Lake
Two men were cited after they were seen jet skiing naked on Gull Lake earlier this month, according to a Department of Natural Resources incident report. The report said a DNR officer was called on Aug. While launching a boat, the DNR officer was told by a Cragun's Resort employee naked people on jet skis had circled one of the resort's pontoons. The employee also said a blue boat that appeared to be with the jet skis circled a sailboat, nearly capsizing it. The incident report said the officer was able to locate that blue boat and the two jet skis.
And not just two men in their birthday suits, Collette said, but allegedly drunk, belligerent men in their early 30s, wearing nothing more than life jackets. All in all, Kody Teslaa, 32, of East Gull Lake, and Daniel Klingelhutz, 31, of Waconia, were both cited for careless operation of a watercraft and disorderly conduct, while a third member of the group, Ryan Klingelhutz, 32, of Chanhassen, was cited for careless operation of a vehicle. How did this all start? A flash in the pan, one might say.