A man allegedly found drunk and naked lying inside one of Queensland's biggest pipe organs has been granted bail.
Freemason Glenn Langford, 51, is accused of damaging the million dollar organ pipes of Brisbane's Masonic Memorial Centre during a night he'd rather forget.
He allegedly broke in to the heritage listed building and flooded it, activating the fire alarm at the Ann Street centre.
Authorities found him in the Grand Hall, along with clothes, a remote controlled police car, and toy gun.
Police said Mr Langford was arrested naked on Wednesday night, lying amongst the organ pipes.
He is accused of damaging a decorative wall and breaking several organ pipes.
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The structure was installed in 1930 and is insured for more than a million dollars, however the caretaker believes it is irreparable.
According to Mr Langford’s lawyer, his client downed a bottle of Johnny Walker and had good intentions to hand out cheeseburgers to the homeless.
The court heard Mr Langford, who lost his job last week, had been drinking heavily due to the breakdown of his 16-year relationship.
The Magistrate agreed to release him on the condition he not go within 100 metres of the Freemasons Centre.
Asked why he got naked, Mr Langford told 7 News he didn’t have an explanation.
“Things just got a little loose… I was out of it,” he admitted on Thursday.
“I apologise to all the righteous Freemasons everywhere.”