The woman, Ana Galego, was arrested on a charge of indecent exposure about 3:30 a.m. after Deputy Anthony Geraldi saw her climb the front steps of the Old Capitol and take off all her clothes, according to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office.
Once she was naked, she began waving her arms and jumping up and down, said Chris Chase, spokesman for the Sheriff's Office. Geraldi arrested her after she put her clothes back on and walked down the steps.
Before Galego was read her rights, she said she was sorry and that she wanted to speak to an attorney, Chase said. Deputies think alcohol was a factor.
Thursday, August 2, 2007
Think it was because she was 39? 'Cause they still don't know why she did it, but for whatever her reason, she got arrested. Here's more from the Tallahasee Democrat:
Okay, so it could have been worse: he could have been fully naked. Still, you don't expect to buy a new camera and find a partially clothed strangers pictures on it. (At right, a picture of the unknown man, believed to be in his 40s.) Here's more from the Daily Mail:
Chantelle Wright bought herself a new camera from Tesco and was given the photos of the mystery man clad only in his underwear as an added bonus.
The 19-year-old business studies student from Birmingham University admitted she was "rather upset" by the 20 pictures, mainly of the strapping man in his smalls.
"It was quite funny at first, but then I was shocked. I did find it quite offensive," said Chantelle who bought the £65 pounds Teknika camera at a shop in Wokingham, Berks.
"If they had been holiday snaps I guess I wouldn't have minded so much but it was meant to be a new camera.
"There were other pictures too, like a child sleeping, and that was unnerving."
Chantelle, who lives in Ravensbourne Drive in Reading, Berks, returned the camera to Tesco, where surprised staff offered to replace it with a new £90 pounds Samsung.
"I was really pleased to get a better camera but I still can't understand how pictures got on the other one. "I won't go back to Tesco's again, I'll now be shopping at Sainsburys," she said.
Wow! Our first naked guy to get tasered! We expect to see a lot more of these on this site, it just always seems to be the obvious conclusion to the sequence: drunk, naked, cops called, tasered! here's more from WHP-TV:
Residents of Pittsburgh and neighboring Wilkinsburg were stunned to see a naked man walking down city streets yesterday and -- in the end -- the naked man was stunned, too.
Wilkinsburg police are not identifying the man who was taken into custody about two o'clock yesterday afternoon and sent to the Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic for observation.
Emergency dispatchers received several 911 calls about the man in Pittsburgh, but police there couldn't find him. Police in neighboring Wilkinsburg saw the man a short time later and had to use a stun gun to subdue him after he began fighting with paramedics and police.