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New York Post reported that McClean then put his yellow shirt and black pants on before he stripped again and ran up the stairs of the TKTS booth located near Broadway and West 47th Street in Times Square.
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He wrote on his blog: “The primary intention of this space is to showcase my aesthetic and lifestyle, though my larger message is to live life as your own individual. Be yourself, be open, be interested, be interesting, and dream!”
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