Naked Florida Man Knocks on a Woman's Door, Asks for Help
Requisite police car stock photo because Googling "very strange naked man" images was a horrible choice
A Deltona, Florida, man must have read our account of that one dude who tried to pick up a single mom by whipping out his dong in front of her and her kids.
Because he apparently tried something similar with a woman by showing up to her door naked.
Come on down to Florida, ladies! YOU'LL LOVE IT HERE.
"There is a naked man in front of my house," the Deltona woman told the 911 dispatcher. "I don't know who he is. He's a very strange, very tall, thin man."
Naked Lurch had apparently showed up to the woman's home in the 1500 block of Alley 500 the previous night as well and knocked on the door.
He was naked during his first visit as well.
Other residents had also reported seeing Naked Lurch wandering the neighborhood. No word on what took the cops so long to spot a very tall naked man walking around like it was all good.
The woman confronted Naked Lurch when he knocked on her door, telling him that she didn't know him and that he had the wrong house.
Naked Lurch reportedly told her, "Can you just help me?"
Hey, I just need a little neighborly help over here. Pay no mind to my dangling nuts.
The woman's reply was that she would help him by calling the cops -- as long he kept his naked gangly ass out of her house.
She called 911 and reported a naked man outside her home.
"It's very unnerving," she told the dispatcher. "He has not a stitch of clothing on him."
Naked Lurch was arrested and booked into jail on charges of exposure of sexual organs and resisting arrest without violence.
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