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Caught With Their Pants Down: The Week in Naked Crime

Apr 15, 2011 – 7:28 AM
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Ben Muessig

Ben Muessig Contributor

Plenty of perps get caught in the act -- and a few get caught with their pants down. Here's the naked truth on some of this week's most indecent crime stories.

Lawn and Order

If a man's house is his castle, what happens when the emperor is wearing no clothes on his front lawn?

Police in Spring Hill, Fla., say they found Gregory Hanscom lying in his front yard wearing nothing except his pants around his ankles, according to the Sun Sentinel's FloriDUH blog.


Cops apprehended the 55-year-old suspect after neighbors reported seeing him urinating on his own lawn.

No Pants, No Service

At a hotel, you can do just about anything behind closed doors. But Charles Parry says he got in trouble when the door closed behind him.

Police in Danvers, Mass., say they arrested the 63-year-old man for allegedly wandering around a Motel 6 naked, according to Andover Patch. Parry reportedly told a hotel employee that he was in the nude because he had been locked out of his room.

Naked, Gun

When it comes to strange crime, it's not always the suspects who are found in the buff.

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A 24-year-old man told police in Madison, Wis., that he lost hundreds of dollars -- and his clothes -- in a bizarre robbery.

The victim told investigators he visited an apartment in an attempt to buy a car, The Cap Times reports. But when he got inside, he realized the would-be car salesmen were wearing masks, and one was carrying a gun.

The man said the robbers forced him to strip naked. Though nude, he managed to dash out of the residence, covering his privates with a bag he grabbed from inside the apartment.

Read more at FloriDUH, Andover Patch and The Cap Times.

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