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A man is Sweden is under suspicion of trespassing after he apparently turned off a wind turbine and broke into a number of cars to honk their horns - all while he was naked.

Local media said that man had been spotted by maintenance workers turning off one of the turbines before going on his honking spree.

Head of a nearby police force, Fredik Bergström told a local paper that they were "called out to a naked man jumping into cars and honking", thelocal.se reported.

The incident was said to have taken place around 11am on Monday (14 August) in Hjo, a small town with a population of only 6,000.

Another newspaper said the man was born in the 1990s and had been identified but there was no confirmation as to whether he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs when the incident took place.

It was unclear whether the man had been charged with any offences or whether local homes had been at all affected by the turbine being switched off. It is understood that he was apprehended by police and is under suspicion of trespassing for the incident.

Green energy sources like wind power have been a growing sector around the world for some years. In June, the National Grid said that power from renewable sources surpassed combined coal and gas for the first time ever.