Meet Heather A. Kennedy of Charlotte County, Florida. Heather doesn’t appreciate the climate of her home state, so occasionally she decides to swim in other people’s pools. Oh, did I mention she does so without clothes?
A Florida woman is accused of skinny-dipping in a stranger’s pool and refused multiple requests to leave, according to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office.
Heather A. Kennedy, 42, is facing charges of trespass in structure or conveyance and resisting an officer without violence. The homeowner told deputies he returned home and noticed a naked stranger in his pool after spotting clothing scattered across the lanai.
Deputies said when they arrived at the Cambridge Drive home Kennedy was hostile toward officers and told them to leave her alone.
In my twenty-six years in police work, I can honestly say Heather would have been the most attractive naked woman I have ever seen if she lived in Philadelphia. Think about that.
More than two thousand women descended upon Wicklow, Ireland to participate in the world’s largest skinny dipping event this weekend.
Thousands of Irish women shed their inhibitions and their clothes on a secluded beach fifty kilometers south of Dublin on Saturday for a world-record setting “skinny dip” to raise funds for a children’s cancer charity.
Lucia Sinigagliesi, the Guinness World Records official that adjudicated the naked swim, said that 2505 women spent at least five minutes in the sea to set a new world record.
On Saturday, the sea temperature off Magheramore beach, where the Irish swim was held, was a bracing 12 degrees, despite a recent spell of warm weather.
The swim has been an annual event since it was started by Dubliner Dee Featherstone in 2013, just weeks after her own mastectomy. The events have raised more than 153,000 euro, not including what will be raised this year.
Interestingly, the event could be seen from the International Space Station, after the glare from pasty Irish bodies blinded the astronauts.