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    http://www.kvia.com/Global/story.asp?S=4079109

    Innocent nude sunbathing or lack of common sense? You be the judge.

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    http://www.kvia.com/Global/story.asp?S=4079109

    Innocent nude sunbathing or lack of common sense? You be the judge.

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    • #3
      quote:
      Originally posted by Nudony:
      http://www.kvia.com/Global/story.asp?S=4079109

      Innocent nude sunbathing or lack of common sense? You be the judge.


      Complete lack of common sense. And he had been warned once before.

      And amazingly, he was only charged with disorderly conduct.

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      • #4
        One could certainly argue both sides to that story. If he did indeed take steps to not be visible to the school, then just nude sunbathing. At the same time, he was seen, so how good were his attempts?

        I would want to know what he was doing when he was sunbathing next to the school. Was he deliberately in line of sight to the school? Was he lying down quietly or was he doing something else? Does he have any child porn pictures in the house? Etc.

        I don't believe that nude sunbathing in and of itself is a problem. It certainly is unwise to do this next to an elementary school during school hours in this day and age especially.

        We do need more information to make a proper choice.

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        • #5
          and just where was the rash??

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          • #6
            quote:
            Originally posted by krcNY:
            and just where was the rash??


            LOL!

            Assuming he's innocent with regards to intent, I'd have to put it down to a complete lack of common sense.

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            • #7
              Is Mr. Hooten any relation to our MikeBJ? Sawdust

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              • #8
                Sounds like a complete lack of common sense. Would like to see pics from the school and from the balcony, and a wide angle shot of both.

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                • #9
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by sawdust:
                  Is Mr. Hooten any relation to our MikeBJ?


                  I seriously doubt it - apparently Mr. Hooten has actually left his bedroom.

                  quote:
                  Originally posted by krcNY:
                  and just where was the rash??


                  Presumedly where the sun doesn't usually shine.

                  UV is reputed to be useful in treating common rashes, shingles, psoriasis, vitiligo and eczema.

                  -Mark

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                  • #10
                    I may have missed something, but if Mr. Hooten took steps not to be seen, then how could his neighbor see him?

                    Inquiring minds want to know,

                    Dave

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                    • #11
                      If I were the Judge...

                      I would need proof that he INTENDED to be seen.
                      That his actions were such that he wished to cause affront or alarm.

                      Simply walking out on a balcony and laying in the sun is not a Lewid act. If there was any attempt to be descrete he should be found Not Guilty.

                      Simply being exposed is not Indecent in itself. There must be other actions to make it an Offence.

                      Too bad I'm not a Judge.

                      Steve

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                      • #12
                        I would get my doc to testify in court about the health benefits of nude sunbathing and not having common sense isnt against the law. Bob from WMass

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                        • #13
                          Honestly the man cant help that his home is next door to an elementary school. Hes just trying to get a tan to help his medical condition.

                          Id say if hes up on his balcony and expects noone to see him and some idiot looks up and into his private property and ends up seeing him naked then I say thats their fault for invading his private space and I think they need to use some common sense and leave the poor man alone.

                          If all he is doing is sunbathing and is doing it for his health and doesnt mean to harm anyone and isnt doing anything to purposely harm anyone then i dont see any reason why he cant sunbathe near a school or out on the street or wherever he damn well pleases.

                          Most police and law enforcement people cant even decide on whats indecent or what isnt so how they can charge him on something they dont even have a firm grasp on themselves? Maybe the idiots at the school oughta stick to educating the children and stop peeping into people's backyards.

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                          • #14
                            quote:

                            Complete lack of common sense. And he had been warned once before.


                            Common sense? Common sense would be for the teacher at the school not to look up into someone's private balcony and observe them doing something that is none of that person's business and then complain to the police. The teacher was the one with a lack of common sense. They spend more time playing peeping tom than educating their students and then their unions wonder why Arnold doesnt want them to have any more money or power.

                            quote:

                            And amazingly, he was only charged with disorderly conduct.


                            The amazing part is that the police even beleived the teacher or even wasted time investigating the teacher's absurd claim.

                            They got rapists and murderers out there they need to be going after and theyre wasting their time going after some poor old nude man just because hes innocently sunbathing on his roof for his own health. He should have never even been charged and the teacher shouldve been laughed at by the police for being so immature.

                            Makes me wonder why we have such dumb people put in the position to educate our children, no wonder our children are so dumb these days when they have morons teaching them.

                            quote:

                            I don't believe that nude sunbathing in and of itself is a problem. It certainly is unwise to do this next to an elementary school during school hours in this day and age especially.


                            Its not a problem, its harmless. There was nothing wrong with that man sunbathing. He didnt ask for that school to be there near his house *considering his age, hes probably lived there before it was even built* nor for some obnoxious teacher to go peeping up into his balcony to spy on him while hes naked.

                            quote:

                            Is Mr. Hooten any relation to our MikeBJ? Sawdust


                            Not really, I wouldnt live next to a school like that anyways and even if I did and some teacher peeped into my home, id claim invasion of privacy and id tell that bimbo what I thought of em. People need to learn to mind their own business and stop infringing on people's freedoms and keep their noses out of where it doesnt belong. I dont peeping into their homes so they oughta keep their eyeballs outta mine.

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                            • #15
                              quote:
                              Originally posted by Nudony:
                              Innocent nude sunbathing or lack of common sense? You be the judge.
                              This has to be the easiest call I've seen yet...
                              quote:
                              Hooten insists he never intended to expose himself. "I got the very back down low on my rear patio thinking that the height and the angle would be so that I would not be seen. I was told that I can be seen so I went inside to take my sun therapy and they still made a complaint."
                              So, it was lack of common sense! Definitely, a lack of common sense, by the busybody teacher who made the call, and by the cops who harassed Mr. Hooten instead of telling the busybody teacher to mind her own damn business.

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