Marsh, 59, standing there with his genitals in his hands, according to police. Marsh went to the woman's door in the East Park Drive Apartments complex "in an attempt to obtain courtship," the Pennsylvania State Police said. His neighbor found the gesture offensive, and Marsh found himself charged with indecent exposure.
As was his habit, he would lean out of his back door, while still in his birthday suit, and snatch up the paper before anyone could see him. As fate would have it, however, one fateful Sunday the deceitful back door slammed shut behind him and left poor Harry stranded on his back porch wrapped in panic and nothing else. Racing around his house and stopping at each window to see if he could pry one open to gain reentry into his house, Harry was spotted by Spinster Sarah, who promptly called the police.
People in a neighborhood in north Charlotte are fed up with a neighbor who refuses to cover himself on his property but has yet to be arrested by police who say his actions are not illegal. Residents of the Cardinal Glen neighborhood spoke to TV Station WBTV about the problem involving this unnamed man and they called police on him again Friday after he once again stood at his front door without clothing. This occurs multiple times a week, they said.
Santa Rosa, California — A California man is turning heads after complaints from a neighbor forced him to lower the fence around his Santa Rosa home. Jason Windus said he was forced to lower his privacy fence from nine feet to three feet due to the neighborhood building code and a neighbor's complaint. Windus complied, but not before finding a very revealing way to protest the decision.
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When married couple Jay and Karin Stone, who live in Newcastle upon Tyne, received a handwritten note through their door a few days ago, they were caught off guard to say the least. In the strongly worded note signed from their neighbours, it requested that Jay and Karin refrain from getting dressed and undressed with their blinds open. After a photo of the note that Karin shared on a Facebook group went viral, the couple has been inundated with suggestions of other ways that they can respond to the note.