"SPRINGFIELD, Va., Oct. 20 (UPI) -- A Virginia man said he is fighting
the indecent exposure charge brought against him after he was spotted
making coffee naked in his kitchen."
"..."Yes, I wasn't wearing any clothes but I was alone, in my own home
and just got out of bed. It was dark and I had no idea anyone was
outside looking in at me," Williamson said."
Holy shit, I guess I better wear a robe when I next make coffee.
Old Justin Wilson skit:
Woman calls to report flasher.
Police come, but can only see head, neck, and shoulders.
Woman to responding officers, "Stand on this chair, and you will get a
Someone spying in on someone innocuously making coffee in the buff and
calling the police? Sounds like they need to question her instead. Or she
needs to get a life.
* How did the cops get in?
* Why did the cops get in?
* Did they have an arrest warrant?
Virginia Code 19.2-81
"... officers may arrest, without a warrant, any person who commits any
crime in the presence of the officer and any person whom he has reasonable
grounds or probable cause to suspect of having committed a felony not in his
I would see dollar signs but the fool admitted on national TV he was naked.
He should have claimed he was wearing flesh-colored pajamas or a thong.
Nudist families run around the house naked all the time. what's the big
deal? There should be NO LAWS against nudity, second hand nudity is not
bad for your health and causes no ill effects.
There was a woman and a kid cutting through his yard who saw him through
the window. I got the impression from reading one article that she
believed he was deliberately displaying himself once he saw them. To me,
the lesson to be learned from that would be: keep out of other people's
yards -- but she called the cops.
We had a pro hockey player years ago here plead guilty to indecent
exposure after a neighbor told the cops he had a longtime habit of doing
things around his home/property in ways that were sure to show off his
naughty bits. Such as walking outside to the garage wearing only a
shirt. He'd manually lift the garage door, the shirt would ride up, and
everyone would get a good view. The cops began watching him and caught
him at it. But he was doing that stuff outside, not inside.
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