Only in Florida: Taking Out the Trash, Having Some Wine

Sometimes You Have To Make A Game Out Of Chores

In my column Only in Florida, I'll be taking you down to the Sunshine State for the latest and greatest sex stories that can only be found in the craziest state in the union.

There are chores that we all hate doing, but damn it, we have to do them. One way to make them a little more fun is to make a little game out of it. For example, I hate emptying the dishwasher, so I like to see how fast I can put everything away. I keep tabs on my times and compare my score each time I have to unload that damn dishwasher. One Florida man found a new and fun way to take out the trash - he took it out completely nude.

Okaloosa County Sheriff Officers were called to the home of Mr. Bobby Hyde after one of his neighbors reported seeing a nude man by the trash cans making unpleasant gestures.

The neighbor said before deputies arrived, Hyde had been outside facing her residence and making lewd movements with his hands. “She says he also put his hands over his head as if stretching. She says although there were children inside the home at the time, they did not witness the incident,” the sheriff’s office reported.

When officers arrived they found Mr. Hyde, right where the neighbor said, not wearing any clothes. When the officers approached, Mr. Hyde reportedly told them it was hot outside and he was just taking out the trash, you know, like you do. One officer noticed a bottle of wine on the hood of his car - Mr. Hyde did admit he had been enjoying a drink for "several hours," but was not nude outside for "thrills" or "being lewd." The officers arrested Mr. Hyde on the charge of indecent exposure.

Not knowing the actual temperature that night, it's hard to say if Mr. Hyde was correct about it being hot. And honestly, no one likes taking out the trash; maybe playing Naked Trash Man is only way Mr. Hyde enjoys this chore.

via Orlando Sentinel.com

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