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What crime would a man with the surname 'Popadick' be arrested for?

Just make a guess.

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YOU COULD SAY it was almost foretold.

A man with a rather interesting moniker was apprehended by Canadian police on Tuesday for indecent exposure.

But what was his name?

Popadick.

Donald Popadick.

Yes, the man with the prophetic name was collared by police officers for exposing himself twice to passers-by at an Ottawa park.

According to the National Post, police had been receiving complaints that the “balding white male” in his 60s had been flashing people as far back as 14 April.

But that’s not all – his arrest was reported on Twitter by a police sergeant named Iain Pidcock.

Where are they getting these names at all?

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