Hollifield: Nudity in the News | Community
HE SHOULD HAVE WEAR TWO PAIRS OF PANTS IN CASE HE HAS A HOLE IN ONE – The Scottish Sun reported that frightened guests at the upscale Fairmont hotel in St Andrews “saw the stark naked dude being chased by police on the golf green. The 19-year-old is said to have walked four miles along the coast before being tackled and handcuffed by cops, following a scuffle that injured a police dog.
The Sun quoted a spectator.
“Supposedly, he had been running bareback along the beach from St Andrews, but the cops eventually caught up with him and arrested him,” the person said. “There was a police helicopter circling above us and several police vans and cars. It was a very random and painful spectacle to watch.
According to my unreliable sources, one guest would have been unimpressed, describing the suspect as “just a little boy”.
Public nudity, however, doesn’t always mean someone is up to something infamous.
Don’t lean in the garden, granny, you know taters have eyes (God bless you, Lewis Grizzard) – According to the Stuff website, outdoor enthusiasts in New Zealand grabbed shovels and rakes, took off their pants and gloves and celebrated Naked Gardening Day in October.
“If you’re out in the wild and take off the restrictive clothing, it just removes that limit and you can experience nature more directly,” said Dion Dewitt, who has clearly never backed down in a spot of poison ivy. frolicking in the landscape.