posted on Oct, 21 2009 @ 05:06 PM
So, does that mean we need to change the old adage that People who live in Glass Houses shouldn't throw stones...nor should they make coffee in the
Seriously, for some people, the sight of seeing them nude can be considered a Crime Against Humanity (I myself am one of those people who look
flattering in clothes, but horrific outside of them). That still doesn't make it a prosecutable offense.
However, unsightliness aside, even if the guy had his drapes open...Even if he had kitchen walls that were transparent...he was in his own home (at
5:35 am no less!). What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas and the same goes for one's own Castle. I don't care if he was shagging a sheep in his
living room in front of a bay window. One shouldn't be in the habit of looking into other people's windows...and if you do, then shame on you...if
you are offended then you get what you deserve for invading one's privacy in house and home.
Of course, I'm sure the person who reported the "crime" thinks that they were doing their "patriotic duty" to report any suspicious behavior they
observe their neighbors doing. I'm surprised the nude dude needing a caffeine fix at 5:35 am wasn't labeled a "Terrorist" because "Real"
Americans certainly aren't up and about at 5:35 am fiddling with mechanical devices and playing with powders and chemicals.
I'm not sure who should be publicly humiliated more in retaliation for this...
The person who reported the "crime"
The Police Department for treating it as a "crime"
Or the District Attorney's Office that actually is charging the nude man in his own home with a crime.
If this actually goes to a Judge, we'll have to string the Judge up too if they don't dismiss it.
Personally I'm purposely going home with the sole intent to strut around in the buff with my drapes open as a sign of protest and show of solidarity.