‘Feds want to bust us for eating in a public park’: A man explains why he ate in the park

A man in his 60s was arrested on charges of eating in public while wearing a fedora hat and a hard hat in a Pennsylvania park, the Pennsylvania State Police said.

The suspect was allegedly found eating in the public area of the park in Woodstown, a small town south of Pittsburgh, The Associated Press reported.

The man was reportedly charged with violating a public safety law, which states that eating in or about a public place is considered an act of public nuisance.

He was arrested Monday, the AP reported.

Officials said the suspect had been in jail on unrelated charges.