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Naked Woman’s Pool Hopping Dampened by Resident

A Florida man called the authorities when he returned home from an appointment and allegedly found an unknown naked woman swimming in his pool.

In the middle of the afternoon on July 19, 42-year-old Heather Ann Kennedy reportedly decided she wanted to take a swim, but she did not have a pool.

According to an affidavit, Kennedy went searching for a pool and ended up in a neighborhood approximately 2-miles from her residence.

The woman reportedly walked into the backyard of a 69-year-old man who had a pool and did not appear to be home at the time.

Kennedy allegedly stripped off her clothes and carelessly tossed them on the ground. She reportedly entered the unlocked gate and got into the private pool.

The dweller, who had been at a doctor’s visit, returned to his house.

When he peered into the yard area, he said that he noticed clothes strewn on his porch. The man followed the breadcrumb trail of garments, and it reportedly led him to the nude woman in his pool.

He reported that he immediately notified the authorities about the alleged unknown intruder. The man added that she was resting on the edge of the pool, and he perceived her to be incoherent.

Around 3:00 pm, law enforcement went to the reported address. When they walked into the yard, they reportedly saw the nude woman in the water.

The police tried to ask her why she was there, and they reported that Kennedy did not respond. She additionally reportedly chose not to give her identity when asked and would not put on clothing.

After allegedly ignoring the police for approximately half an hour, Kennedy reportedly got out of the pool and attempted to walk away.

The woman was detained by the time she reached the house next door.

Kennedy, who has drug-related priors on her rap sheet, was booked into the Charlotte County Jail. She is charged with one count of misdemeanor trespassing and one count of misdemeanor resisting arrest without violence.

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