Have you ever been "flashed"?
Wally's question about the store and one of the answers saying how she had to wait in the car reminded me of how my mother would leave the four of us in the car (I was the oldest at 5 years old) until one day a man parked next to us and proceeded to shall we say "pleasure himself" while we kids watched. We didn't get left in the car after that.
- dragonLv 51 decade agoBest Answer
Yes! And I laughed so hard, the guy turned red in the face when the crowd gathered. He took leave very quickly.Source(s): life
- GladysLv 61 decade ago
My heavens, I never have been flashed, but I did unintentionally flash a few folks once. I was in the hospital some time back and decided to take a stoll to the vending area. Well, I wasn't thinking about what I was wearing and, let's just say that those hospital gowns don't leave a lot to the imagination on the backside. The nurse came up from behind me and put a blanket over my shoulders . . . I was wondering why it was a little drafty back there!
- noonecanneLv 71 decade ago
I don't think so. A few years ago when we lived in an apartment in the Avenues there was a guy walking down the street in nothing but his socks. He made it about 6 blocks before the police caught up with him. No flashing involved, just a casual stroll.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes. My ex (then boyfriend) and I were parked in a downtown area where a national park was located. While talking a man came up to us and a busload of kids on a field trip and exposed himself. I was totally shocked and could not believe I saw what I saw. We reported him to the Park Policeman. This was a work day mind you.
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- WickwireLv 51 decade ago
I was walking home from high school when this car pulled up to a stop sign, two girls yelled, "HEY" when I looked they were showing me their breasts. I was thinking, am I seeing what I think I'm seeing? I never told anybody about that until now. What kind of women do that?
- curious connieLv 71 decade ago
No, but I am reminded of the time about fifty million people around the world were. David Niven was on stage about to present an Academy Award when a streaker ran across the stage. Mr. Niven was quick witted enough to remark that the streaker was exposing his short comings. It brought down the house. I believe this was sometime in the 1960s.
- judy bLv 41 decade ago
Nope, never been flashed. If a guy is looking to impress, this is NOT the time of year to flash, it's so cold here nobody would see a thing.
- SandyOLv 51 decade ago
No but my girl friend and I were mooned once on our way home from work. Some kids passed us with their rear ends hanging out the window laughing like crazy. We honked and waved , they got out of the window real fast, probably thought we recongized them. Snow Globe, you must have been in Brattleboro, Vermont , nudeness is not against the law there, can you believe it? Go downtown any time ( in the summer ) and see the sights. Come to think of it there was a nude girl there early part of Dec. pretty sure she didn't stay out long at our temperatures. Her picture was in the paper, she was holding a sign in front of her.
- Country GirlLv 71 decade ago
A few years ago a man with some obviously big problems was seen hanging onto a telephone pole wearing his birthday suit. When the police arrived he kept rambling that he was waiting for Ted Kennedy and he hadn't shown up yet. Put up quite a battle when they tried to take him away! Kept yelling as they tried to throw something over him.
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Wally's question about the store and one of the answers saying how she had to wait in the car reminded me of how my mother would leave the four of us in the car (I was the oldest at 5 years old) until one day a man parked next to us and proceeded to shall we say "pleasure himself"...Source(s): quot flashed quot: https://shortly.im/Pu7g9
- Snow GlobeLv 71 decade ago
This past summer, my daughter and son-in-law were in a nearby town known for its rather hippie ways. Along comes this guy in his 60's wearing nothing but a hat, running shoes, and a Walkman. It seems there is no law there against being naked. The law says you cannot remove your clothes in public, but if you arrive naked, you are OK. People were pretty appalled by the sight, needless to say. A couple of days later, I read in the local paper that the town had altered that law!