USA – Delmarva Now reports 01-23-19 in Accomack, Virginia a naked man recorded on a surveillance video hosing himself off outside a Painter area home was found guilty of breaking and entering to commit a misdemeanor.
The resident returned home and noticed his garden hose was not where he left it. After taking his dog for a walk, he went inside to look at the video from his surveillance system. It showed the suspect walking up the driveway stark naked and then picking up the hose to wash himself off.
The resident was looking at the video when he heard a voice coming from inside his house. He told the court he picked up his gun and walked out into the hall. There stood the suspect, still wearing nothing but tattoos. “He scared me to death,” said the resident. “I stopped in my tracks.”
As it was clear the intruder had no weapon, the resident kept his gun in his pocket and ordered the intruder to get out of his home. The suspect responded, “I need a towel” and then walked out the front door, saying he had the wrong house. The resident stood by his truck and watched the suspect leave. Later, the resident saw a red Toyota Echo parked at the corner. He called a relative who is a deputy.