Thousands of people waiting in line just to sit across from the Serbian-born artist, stare at her, and have, you know, feelings and experiences. Christiane Amanpour and Lou Reed, Abramovic was looking at you! And a cast of re-performers was hired to stage highlights from Abramovic's past works, including, most famously, the performance in which Abramovic and Ulay stood naked in an Italian gallery doorway people had to pass through in order to see the rest of the art.
My apartment on the top floor of a Brooklyn co-op faces a courtyard. A resident on the opposite side of the courtyard complained to management that I have been spotted naked in my apartment. The neighbor must see me early in the morning when I go to the kitchen to boil water.
Their dog chipped in, too. Investigators said the dog is named Bo. Smith allegedly brought Bo into the store without a leash, so he easily ditched his owner and started running up to unsuspecting customers.
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Residents on the quiet street of modest two-story homes in Charlotte where the man lives say that for at least a decade he has periodically appeared nude inside and outside his glass front door, in his open garage while lifting weights and at the back of his house - in full view of his neighbors and their children. When you talk to him, the first thing he says is, 'This is my property. Neighbors have called the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police multiple times over the years. But police have not charged Gerard Leeper with a crime because North Carolina law is fuzzy on whether someone can be accused of indecent exposure on private property.
By Martha Neil. Late last year, a judge convicted Erick Williamson of misdemeanor indecent exposure after two women complained that they had seen him standing naked in a window or doorway of his Virginia home. But, arguing that he had a right to walk around in the buff in his own home, the year-old commercial diver filed an appeal in the Fairfax County General District Court case, racking up legal fees and risking a jail term by doing so.
That's because Louisiana's obscenity law makes it illegal to expose one's genitals "in any public place or place open to the public view" -- and police have arrested people in the state for standing naked inside their home. That might come as a bit of a surprise to some of the NOLA. The question was prompted by the impasse between residents in a Charlotte, N. Because of the way indecent exposure is defined in North Carolina, police there say they can only arrest and book the man if he's naked outside of his home.