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Passenger thought to be naked below waist escorted from TRAX train
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Posted: 11:09 AM- A woman was escorted from a TRAX train Monday morning after fellow riders reported that she was not wearing any pants.

Utah Transit Authority officers asked the woman to get off the train for questioning at about 7:30 a.m. at the 5400 South station in Murray.

After they spoke with the woman, they realized she was wearing a miniskirt. Her jacket covered the skirt, leading fellow riders to believe she was not wearing anything beneath her waist, said UTA spokeswoman Carrie Bohnsack-Ware.

After officers interviewed the woman, they let her get back on the train and continue her ride.

-Steve Gehrke

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