Dude Arrested for Being Naked in Own House; I Call Sexism
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Eric Williamson faces an indecent exposure charge after a passerby saw him in the buff in his own home making coffee.
It happened at 5:30 a.m. Monday.
Channel 5 reports the woman and 7-year-old boy who saw him naked apparently had cut through Williamson’s front yard from a nearby path.
That would have never happened if the naked dude was instead a naked chick. Instead, the neighborhood men would have suddenly all taken up jogging in the early morning hours along a route that passed her house. It’s a clear-cut case of Sexism, straight-up.
I’d also like to meet the woman who complained — complained after trespassing across HIS lawn and nosily peering through his windows. Come on, lady — Naked Dude and Coffee; Christmas Comes Early! Those are two of my favorite things. Especially because he is rather easy on the eyes, albeit a tad scruffy. He’s the kind of man you “play” arresting officer with, not actually have arrested! Sheesh!
More importantly, he was in his own home. Sure, he could have drawn his curtains, but why would he even think to do so? It was 5:30 in the morning, for goodness sake. He’s lucky he found his way to the coffee pot.
I knew something like this would happen after some towns started banning smoking in your own home; hello, slippery slope. Now you can’t be naked in your own home? This is what happens, unfortunately, when you give the Government free reign over your life and let them trample your rights willy-nilly. They never stop at one thing. Allow them providence over one part of your life and they will try to take over ALL of your life. Private property? No longer private; it’s for The Common Good ™ and all.
Here is a simple fix for the oh-so-offended woman. Stop looking in other people’s windows, you nosy perv.
Update: Glenn Reynolds asks what if the trespasser/peeker had been a man? See? More Sexism ™ straight-up.
Update: Thanks to Ed Driscoll for the link (and welcome Driscoll readers). The man always has such a swoony way with words; links referring to me as a member of the “distaff side of the starboard blogosphere”. So fancy pants! Thankies!