The man was handcuffed to and was arrested for ‘indecent exposure’, a term from the American criminal law on nudism, not to be confused with exhibitionism. One of the agents that the arrest made, was wearing a bodycam. Images are broadcasted on the tv program Inside Edition.
The pilot had just got up, and wanted to take a shower. “I opened the curtains, I don't think they all have opened. When I looked out of the window, I saw no one.” Apparently, this was offensive for four passengers at the main entrance of the airport. They never doubted and called the police.Consequences
The arrest had far-reaching consequences for the pilot with an impeccable record of service. Not only he was two days locked up in the prison, his employer suspended him for six months. To make matters worse, he had to renounce his candidacy to chair the interest group Air Line Pilots Association.
The charges against the fifties have now been withdrawn. The pilot wants his name further purified and has a lawyer taken. A camera crew from Inside Edition pulled in the presence of the lawyer to the same ninth hotel floor (the tenth floor, according to American classification). So, it was determined that the distance between the hotel and the group of down definitely ninety metre. “What can you see? My client is an innocent man who, in his adamskostuum was to call while he looked out of the window.”