The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. This article was published more than 8 years ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. A young female neighbour recently installed a new bathroom window that seems to lack sufficient opaqueness. We find ourselves having to close our blinds and avert our eyes most evenings.
The Globe and Mail
A woman has sparked a lively debate after revealing that she often sees her new neighbours naked - because they never shut their curtains. She questioned whether she should post a friendly letter through their door, to let them know their window was visible to others - but admitted her husband had told her to 'leave it alone'. Other members of the parenting forum were quick to react - with some arguing she should just draw her own curtains if she was bothered by it. Explaining her dilemma, the mother, posting under the username Katrina D, wrote: 'Our old long time neighbours moved out and 4 weeks ago a couple early 20s moved in. I was a bit shocked but thought well accidents happen and went along with my own business. She added: 'I'm at a loss.
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When married couple Jay and Karin Stone, who live in Newcastle upon Tyne, received a handwritten note through their door a few days ago, they were caught off guard to say the least. In the strongly worded note signed from their neighbours, it requested that Jay and Karin refrain from getting dressed and undressed with their blinds open. After a photo of the note that Karin shared on a Facebook group went viral, the couple has been inundated with suggestions of other ways that they can respond to the note. According to the Sexual Offences Act , a person will have committed an offence of indecent exposure if they intentionally expose their genitals and if they intend that a person will see them and feel alarmed or distressed as a result.
My apartment on the top floor of a Brooklyn co-op faces a courtyard. A resident on the opposite side of the courtyard complained to management that I have been spotted naked in my apartment. The neighbor must see me early in the morning when I go to the kitchen to boil water. The waist-high window has curtains pulled back at the bottom around a plant on the sill, and the courtyard is about feet across. This person must be working pretty hard to catch this view. What does the law say about my right to be naked in my own home? New York State decency laws do apply to some behavior inside a private residence.