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Wife Goes Skinny Dipping, Distracts Victim While Her Husband Burglarizes House

Wife Goes Skinny Dipping, Distracts Victim While Her Husband Burglarizes House

Reports say that a woman diverted a man’s attention on her by swimming naked in his pool all the while her husband was burglarizing the house. On a hot summer afternoon on June 27 in the Camelot subdivision of Crossville, TN, a man reported to police of stolen items from his house. However, it was how the items were allowed to be taken is what is blowing this story up across news mediums everywhere.

The victim was 54-year-old Stephen Amaral who reported to police that the 30-something-year-old woman, who lived near by with her husband, asked him is she could swim in his pool to cool off. He said he had no problem with that and escorted her to the pool. During the swim, she asked her husband to retrieve her cigarettes and upon his leaving, she asked Amaral if she could take off her clothes and swim naked. Again, Amaral said that was not a problem and so she stripped down and swam for 20 minutes.

During the 20 minutes that Amaral was watching her swim, her husband was inside his house and stole a handgun, medication, and jewelry, coming to a total of $1,195. Amaral told WKRN-TV Nashville, "I went and got her a towel, she dried off and all of a sudden she was soaking wet again.  I escorted her outside and invited her to church, but she said she didn't have time for that, she wasn't ready for that." Wait wait wait, what? He got her a towel…she dried off…then she was all of a sudden soaking wet again…does anyone else have a problem with that statement? How random and confusing is that.

And then, mind you after 20 minutes of lustfully watching her swim naked, he invites the broad to church. To church!? Yeah, because that’s the first thing a guy would ask a girl after she volunteers to get naked and swim, “Hey, I think I’ll ask her to church, she really seems like the type!”

It seems like his statement is leaning towards being unlikely and wanted to be as vague as possible because he was embarrassed. Though, later on in the report he claimed, “They cleared me out and I just felt violated.” Violated? Says the guy who sat in a cheap plastic pool chair and watched a random woman swim naked in his pool.

The guy really got what he deserved, plus, this provides a valuable lesson to us all…no matter what, you always pay for watching a random woman get naked…always. My only question left is simply this; did she ever use the slide? 

 

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