A naked rambler has been fined after his unclothed state caused distress to a dog walker, which was noted by a policeman.
But even a desire to explore the great outdoors in his birthday suit did not stop Nigel Keer wearing walking boots
and carrying a backpack
as he romped around Otley Chevin in Yorkshire last year.
It meant he could carry provisions and ensure his ankles were well protected - even if nothing else was.
The case has come to light after the dog walker's "disgusted" expression alerted off-duty policeman Mark Buxton, who arrested Mr Keer.
Although the situation has now led to Mr Keer being fined at Leeds Magistrates Court, he was at least able to get dressed when ordered to by PC Buxton, due to having carried clothes in his rucksack
Those who like to go walking
fully clothed might wish to carry extra items like thermals
when out in the current cold weather.
Mr Keer's case echoes that of Stuart Gough, whose insistence on walking naked and refusing to wear clothes at any time has led to him appearing in court numerous times and even ending up in prison.