Thursday, August 29, 2019
Kansas City Spy Tech Captures Nude Dude
Home surveillance mostly captures stray pets, porch pirates and sometimes a bit of random gunfire . . . Here's local news reporting on a different kind of package on display:
KCTV5: Naked man peers into house in the Northland
When a husband and wife woke up, the very first thing they saw was a security alert on their cell phones including video of a nude man peering into their house.
Because police are still searching for that man, we are concealing the homeowners’ identities.
A man, wearing on his head what appeared to be a sweatshirt, was naked and covering his body when he walked up to a family’s home not far from Shoal Creek Parkway and Northeast 96th Street. The family’s Ring video doorbell recorded an unexpected and very unwanted start to their day.
“I opened it up to look at it and there was a video of a naked man standing on my porch,” the homeowner said.
The couple had never seen the man before. Neither have their neighbors who they shared the video with.
“Horrific. Seeing somebody who was exposing himself without a care in the world and looking directly into my camera and not even caring that he was stark-naked,” the homeowner said.
Public nudity laws in Missouri are somewhat strict but very hard (heh) to interpret. In many instances, nudity as a form protest or artistic expression is allowed . . . In this case the naked guy demonstrated for local newswatchers that Northland suburbanites are pretty uptight and don't have much of a sense of humor.
Developing . . .