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It’s not straightforward in England. Here are a couple of news stories from the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald.
- The first one suggests there isn’t a problem, people were just concerned for the two guy’s safety:
<p style=”text-align: center;”>Naked partygoers seen walking on A66 …</p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”>Date: Friday 22nd July 2016</p>
TWO naked men were seen walking on the A66 towards Keswick in the early hours of Monday.
Police were called by a passing driver and spoke to the men near Penruddock.
The men were returning to their homes in the Cleator Moor area, after having attended a stag party in Benidorm. They told officers they had been thrown off the bus on which they were travelling for being naked and did not have a mobile phone to contact family.
The two, who were aged 24 and 25, were taken to Keswick where relatives picked them up.
- But this one makes it sound more like the police would maybe treat it as a potential offence
<p style=”text-align: center;”>Walker wearing just boots and glasses</p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”>Date: Friday 15th July 2011</p>
POLICE are seeking a naked rambler who was spotted walking near Haweswater.
A woman from Penrith reported to police on Friday that she had seen the man, wearing just rectangular spectacles and walking boots and carrying a rucksack, in the area between Burnbanks and Mardale car park around 2pm last Monday.
The man is described as being white, aged between his late 50s and early 60s, around 5ft 11in tall, of average build and with white hair. A police spokesman said the sighting followed a similar incident which was reported in Sedbergh in late June.
In that instance, a pub landlord told police that a naked man, of a similar description, had walked into the bar asking to be served a drink and saying he was carrying out a charity walk in aid of testicular cancer.
Anybody who spots the rambler in all his glory is asked to contact Penrith police
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