NASCAR fans got an eyeful over the weekend in Bristol, Tenn., when they spotted a man streaking across a busy parking lot near the track.
Police said they arrested Joshua Greene, 27, from Parkersburg, W.Va., for streaking through the lot off Route 394 Saturday afternoon.
"I'm walking up through here and here he comes, back up and stops in front of the band waving and spinning in circles and stuff," explained Tim Lee, a witness, to WCYB-TV.
Police gave chase and caught Greene in a nearby neighborhood.
The incident got even stranger when police officers found Greene's car. In it, officers said, they discovered Greene's girlfriend and a furry companion.
"With that we also found that he and a companion were in possession of a raccoon," said Bristol Police Capt. Matt Austin.
Police called in the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency to take the masked animal into custody.
"They said his girlfriend rescued it from a park, but as far as where it actually came from, we couldn't really say for sure," Austin said.
Greene is facing charges of public intoxication, indecent exposure and possible additional charges from the wildlife agency.