Photo and story courtesy of NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
After a bizarre series of events that ended with a night behind bars, country superstar Randy Travis still found the time to mug for the camera with fans at the Grayson County Jail.
Travis ended up in the county lockup after police said he threatened the lives of the Texas State Troopers who arrested him on suspicion of DWI following a car crash that allegedly left him lying naked in a roadway. Prior to that incident, a North Texas store owner said Travis strolled into his convenience store, also naked, and tried to buy cigarettes.
While the guest of the Grayson County Sheriff's Department, Travis was apparently presented with a pair of scrubs to clothe himself. Before posting bond and departing late Wednesday morning, Travis met a few fans who were visiting someone at the jail.
According to Cassie Kearns, Travis spent several minutes chatting with her, and her mother-in-law Brenda Fontenot, and even explained what led to his detention before taking a photo with the pair.
Before joining an entourage escorting Travis out of the building, the women gave him a UT Longhorns ball cap they hoped would help disguise him -- as seen in the exclusive NBC 5 video below.