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NAPLES (FOX 13) - The Florida Highway Patrol says a man was caught naked, going 110 miles an hour and driving drunk with three female passengers.

Troopers in Collier County say, at 3 in the afternoon Saturday, they started getting calls about a man driving recklessly. When a trooper stopped the car, FHP says the trooper noticed Noe Dejesus was shirtless and there was an open 12-pack of Corona.

The trooper asked Dejesus to get out and saw he was completely naked and allegedly smelled of alcohol and slurred his speech.

Dejesus, 33, is now facing charges of DUI and driving without a license. He was released Sunday after posting $6,000 bond.

Arrest records show he has a history of drug, gun, and theft arrests.

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A TERRITORY man filmed himself speeding at 150km/h while ***** at the wheel of his drug-laden car, a court heard.

His Holden SVS was allegedly laden with 5kg of drugs, including two cannabis plants resting on the back seat, the court was told.

Brendon Alan Erhardt, 39, was granted bail so he could marry his girlfriend of six months before he goes to jail.

(He) also video recorded himself **** while travelling at a speed of 150km/h.

Sgt Edwards said Mr Erhardt - who was disqualified from driving - also told officers his act was not dangerous as the only person he could hurt was himself .

Darwin Magistrates Court heard Mr Erhardt was stopped by NT police 25km south of Daly Waters on July 16 for allegedly speeding at 147km/h on his way home from Adelaide.

Police noticed he was visibly agitated, and when they told him they were going to search his Holden sedan, he said go right ahead, Sgt Edwards said.

It is alleged that officers found 4.96kg of cannabis hidden in a blue esky in the boot, two cannabis plants on the back seat, two drug pipes and a loaded .22 rifle.

Sgt Edwards said Mr Erhardt was arrested and told officers he had found the drugs at a rest stop 100km north of Coober Pedy - and he intended to smoke all of it at his Noonamah home.

Mr Erhardt also told police he had used the rifle to shoot kangaroos from the vehicle whilst driving north .

The court heard the cannabis was worth $136,000 if sold by the gram in Darwin - or double that in indigenous communities.

Mr Erhardt applied twice for bail last week so he could get married before going to jail.

Magistrate Greg Cavanagh said it was fanciful Mr Erhardt had just found the drugs and that it looked like a courier run.

He granted Mr Erhardt $10,000 bail, and his father also posted a $8000 surety.

Mr Erhardt will face court again on September 1.
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