Next time you have a prescription filled, don't be surprised if the warning label cautions against venturing outside:
"A Hampton man told a judge Monday that he dropped his pants and exposed his buttocks to motorists on the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge due to the effects of prescribed medication."
Generally, we're admonished not to operate heavy machinery, consume adult beverages, or beware of constipation. I'm guessing that the little pamphlet inside poor Mr Stretton's prescription of "Baritol" [ed: you're bad!] didn't caution him about that particular side-effect.
I'm not sure that the judge's decision to instruct Mr Stretton to seek medical help was such a good idea: wasn't that the problem in the first place?