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Myrtle Beach skinny dippers arrested after clothes stolen

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Jasmine Kim Walton and Kyle Martin Schnoebelen Jasmine Kim Walton and Kyle Martin Schnoebelen
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A Virginia couple was arrested for being nude on the beach after they went swimming naked in the ocean and someone stole their clothes, North Myrtle Beach police said.

The incident happened on Sunday around 2:45 am on the beach at 98 North Ocean Blvd, police said. 

"While on foot patrol near Main Street (officer) noticed (the suspects) on the beach completely nude," police wrote in a report. "When we approached the two subjects they stated they went into the ocean without any clothes on and when they returned to the beach their clothes were missing." 

Jasmine Kim Walton, 21, of Potomac Falls, Va., and Kyle Martin Schnoebelen, 22, of Fairfax, Va., were charged in the incident, police said. 

Police said that after the naked pair were discovered more problems ensued. 

"Ms. Walton was very uncooperative and at times argumentative when being interviewed," police said about the woman, who police say was likely drinking alcohol at some point during the evening. 

"Ms. Walton's speech was severely slurred and she would not give us her name or date of birth," police wrote.  

"Ms. Walton had the smell of alcoholic beverage coming from her person," police wrote in a report. "At this time we concluded that she was grossly intoxicated."

The pair were covered up with sheets and taken to jail, police said. 

Walton was charged with public disorderly conduct and public nudity, police said. She got out of jail at 7:30 a.m. Sunday after paying bail. 

Schnoebelen was charged with public nudity and released from jail about two hours after Walton.

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