Exposition number 9: Serial flasher returns to Ann Arbor's Furstenberg Nature Area
Things are getting a tad ridiculous in parks near the Huron River in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush reported the senior man flashing his genitals — along with the rest of his body — was seen in all his “glory” for the ninth time Tuesday evening. A runner and a canoeist both reported seeing the naked man between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Furstenberg Nature Area.
The serial senior flasher has been seen at least five times in the last month and a half in parks near the Huron River. He’s also believed to be the same man who exposed himself to runners on Fuller Road near Huron High School in 2011. All together, police estimate he’s been spotted approximately nine times.
During 2012, canoeists have mostly spotted him. It’s at least the second time he’s been seen in Furstenberg Park — he reportedly took off his clothes and danced for two female canoeists in late May.
The suspect description remains the same, and hard to miss if you happen to see him.
“The suspect’s description is a heavy-set white male, approximately 50 years old, naked,” Bush said.
She encouraged members of the public who spot the nerveless nudist to call 911 immediately. Officers have a much better chance of bringing the garmentless geriatric into custody if the incident is reported right away.