Police: Pantless man seeking coat kicks in door

SEATTLE — Police in Seattle say a pantless and very intoxicated man kicked in an apartment door and told a resident he was looking for his coat.

Officers found the man Friday on his back in the hall outside the victim’s apartment, covered in cuts, scrapes and bruises.

The apartment resident said he’d never seen the man before. Then a second man in the victim’s apartment acknowledged he had been “partying” at the apartment with the pantless man the night before.

Police called for an ambulance to take the man to a hospital. It’s not clear how he sustained the cuts and scrapes.

His coat? He was wearing it.

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