Man in disgusting sex T-shirt arrested for refusing to leave

A South Carolina man has been arrested after he showed up to an anti-sexual violence event at a public park wearing a T-shirt that read 'I May Not Be Mr Right But I'll F*** You 'Til He Shows Up.'

Michael Miller, 50, was spotted wearing the sexually explicit T-shirt at Barnet Park in Spartanburg, where the 'Rock the Denim' concert was being held.

The live event is to raise awareness of sexual violence against women and support non-profits that help rape and child abuse victims.

Arrested: Michael Miller, 50, left, was spotted wearing the sexually explicit t-shirt, like that right, on Saturday during the 'Rock the Denim' concert

Officers approached the man and told him he was not allowed to wear the novelty T-shirt in the park.

At that point, Miller became irate, telling cops that he would 'wear the shirt any f***ing where he wanted to,' according to a police report.

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Miller was then issued a trespass warning from Barnet Park during the Rock the Denim annual event.

But he refused to leave the area, and, according to police, cursed at and gave the finger to officers.

Event: Miller refused to leave Barnet Park in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where the anti-sexual violence rally was being held

'He started cursing out loud using the words "f*** you" and said he didn't have to stop wearing the God d*** shirt,' Sgt Lee Raines wrote in the report.

He was finally arrested for disorderly conduct and taken to the Spartanburg County Jail.

He was released from custody that evening after posting a $262 bond.

When posing for his booking photo, Miller was wearing an orange jail smock, not his 'Mr Right' T-shirt.

According to the Smoking Gun, a shirt with the same message sells for $19.99.