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Naked man charged with sexual assault on woman in suburban Chicago park

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Marc Greska, 34, of Oak Forest, Ill., was charged on March 28 with felony aggravated battery after police say that Greska, naked except for a skull cap and boots, approached and grabbed a woman in suburban Park Forest.

Greska’s alleged naked sexual assault occurred on March 20 in Shabbona Park, where police say that he approached a woman walking in the park, “grabbed her waist from behind and thrust his pelvic area toward her,” according to NBC News.

Greska is scheduled to appear today in a Will County courtroom for a bond hearing.

And this wasn’t the first time Greska allegedly went naked in public.

He’s also been charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor offense, for going naked on March 26 in the same area. In that incident, Park Forest Police say that Greska was again seen “wearing only boots and a hat, but otherwise naked.”

Police also said that in the March 26 incident, Greska did not confront anyone while going naked in public.

Police are still looking for suspects in two other assaults in the area during the same week, although Greska has been ruled out in those incidents.

In one of those assaults, a teen girl was walking through Winnebago Park when she was robbed at knifepoint. That thief “also fondled her breasts through her shirt.”

In another assault, yet another teen female was “confronted by a man at Westgate Street and Westwood Drive, and began fondling her body over her clothing.” There were no weapons involved in the second assault, according to police.

Park Forest Police are asking anyone with any information on any of the above assaults to contact them at (708) 748-1309.

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