Insane Naked Man in NYC Also Turns out to Be Insanely Hot Asian Runway Model

A very sexy model recently shut down traffic in Manhattan, but not for the reason you would expect.

During a bizarre spectacle that shocked bystanders and cops alike, runway model Krit McClean stripped off all his clothes and ran around New York City shouting, “Donald Trump, where are you?”

McClean, an international runway fashion model born in Bangkok, Thailand and based in New York City, has posed for renowned brands including the likes of Calvin Klein, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana.

The 21 year old shocked bystanders at 8 a.m. when he suddenly screamed at a woman on the street, took off his wristwatch and then the rest of his clothes on West 46th Street near the Disney store.

這位帥哥大清早發啥麽神經。 #timessquare #naked #crazy #kritmcclean

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Crazy/Beautiful at his best. #honeyyes #kritmcclean #instagay

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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.

#kritmcclean นางได้สร้างตำนาน #omg #enjoy #model #guy #thai #legend #timesquare

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The naked model reportedly spat and taunted at officers on the alleged 20 foot ledge.

Model goes ‘crazy’ strips naked at Times Square while screaming about Donald Trump. ** * On Thursday morning police attempted to deal with a naked man who climbed to a ledge in #TimesSquare and started screaming out obscenities and dancing.. * He has since been identified as 21-year-old #fashionmodel and #ColumbiaUniversity student #KritMcClean., the #NewYorkPost reports. * McClean was said to be screaming nonsensically, mostly about #DonaldTrump, and at one point yelled: ‘Donald Trump where are you, Donald Trump where the f*** are you?!’ * When cops first approached he screamed, “Get that bitch Debbie, I want to talk to Debbie!” * The crazed man later demanded a meeting with trump. * Cops blocked off rush-hour traffic in hopes of talking McClean down, to no avail as of 9 a.m. He was also screaming out about fashion and dropped the names of two iconic fashion photographers. * “I love fashion, it’s taught me so much!”“I love you, #BruceWeber,” the man shouted. “I love you, #MarioTestino.” * #africa #abuja #Portharcourt #lagos #nigeria #westafrica #phcitytraffic

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McClean danced around, ranted about Donald Trump and proclaimed his love for fashion while spectators gathered to watch the scene unfold.

— Krit McClean (@KritMcClean) June 2, 2015

The incident lasted for 90 minutes before McClean jumped off the platform onto the airbag that police positioned beneath the ledge.

He was in stable condition, but taken to Bellevue Hospital for minor injuries.

According to McClean’s lifestyle blog, he attended an elite high school in Tribeca and then went to Columbia University for his bachelor’s degree. 

Male model #KritMcClean on vacation in Thailand. He is definitely one of my biggest crushes from 2015.

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His LinkedIn page says he played soccer as a forward at Amherst College from 2012 to 2016.

On his blog, McClean described his varied interests which include: “sneakerhead culture, extensive travel through Asia, urban street-wear, art, hip-hop, and modeling.”

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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