Elderly man dances naked in Furstenberg Nature Area as women canoe past him
A group of women canoeing on the Huron River through the Furstenberg Nature Area Monday evening were given an unwanted strip show by an elderly man.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said the women were flashed by a man at about 8:10 p.m. Monday. He was reported to be between 60 and 80 years old.
As the women canoed down the river, the man appeared on the banks and took off his blue, checkered shorts, revealing his genitals to the group, Bush said.
After disrobing, the man began to dance and advance toward the women, Bush said.
The women yelled at the man to go away and he put his shorts back on and left the area, according to Bush.
The man was described as white and had no facial hair, Bush said. Officers responded to the 2600 block of Fuller Road and were unable to find the man, according to Bush.
It was a rough weekend for canoers in Ann Arbor. An Ann Arbor woman was punched in the face following a canoeing excursion to Gallup Park, police said.