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(The Union Leader)   Town administrator hears DirectTV sucks, wants to find out for himself   (unionleader.com) divider line 7
    More: Strange, city managers, Direct TV, New Hampshire Union Leader, lascivious, New Hampshire State Police  
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2013-08-18 12:42:40 AM
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So the man claimed to be a nudist in his own home and invited the Direct TV guy to also take his clothes off and he's be arrested for a crime?  Seems a bit harsh.
2013-08-18 02:59:46 PM
1 votes:

LordOfThePings: He can't help it; there's something floating around in the Derry air.


I had to go this far down to get a Derry comment?

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2013-08-18 04:44:18 AM
1 votes:
If I walked into a house and the guy was nude, I wouldn't have time to hear anything else he said, I'd already be out the door.

Also that's a story you tell around the office, not call the cops about.
2013-08-18 04:32:21 AM
1 votes:

tb tibbles: optikeye: feckingmorons: optikeye: feckingmorons: Not in your own home when it can't be seen from the outside.

But if you answer the door and open the door nude that's a lewd conduct thing...especially for Girl Scout Cookie time.

Well yes, but if they can't see you then it isn't. I think he stuck his arm out the door and invited the guy in.

I wonder if he got the TV service?

Like most news stories, there's vital bits of inflammation missing. Such as did the dude open the door while nude exposing himself to the other guy? However
The salesman "explained that he was invited into the home and was confronted by a nude male subject," reading between the lines of a poorly written story it sounds like after the dude came to door he was presented with "HAY THERE SAILOR" naked guy. And not just a come on type thing..but full blown twigs and berries with a open door.

Well the lewd conduct and indecent exposure laws came into play when he exposed himself without the informed consent of the salesman...and the salesman complained to the police. So from that I gather those laws do not end at closed doors of a private home.


The salesman came to the man's property uninvited after 7pm and the homeowner was already nude. You come to somebody's property unannounced and after dark and I think you give up the right to be shocked by their appearance.
2013-08-18 01:51:08 AM
1 votes:
I'm just curious what law was actually broken here. Charging a nudist with "lewd conduct" simply for being nekkid inside their own home seems a little over the top. Are the Puritans still running things up there?
2013-08-18 12:51:14 AM
1 votes:
I didn't realize it was illegal to be naked in one's home. I didn't realize it was also illegal to invite others to do so as well.

The link works again obviously.
2013-08-18 12:05:06 AM
1 votes:
When the DirecTV guy was told he'd need to mount a pole, this wasn't what he had in mind.
 
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