Police picked up a nude jogger on Microsoft's campus

A police officer picked up a nude jogger on the south side of Microsoft’s main Seattle-area campus at 3:30am on the morning of January 27, according to a Facebook post from Redmond Public Safety

The officer and her partner decided to approach the man, who was only wearing Sketchers sneakers, after seeing “nude buttocks illuminated by a street light.”

“When questioned, he stated ‘he was trying to build up his immune system to fight the cold weather,'” writes Redmond Public Safety.

The jogger in question was apparently picked up right near the Microsoft campus’ Building 121, a major thoroughfare for employees with a large food court. While Redmond Police Safety notes that technically, this could be considered indecent exposure, they decided not to charge him because there was nobody around to see it.

“We do not have pictures to share of this incident. You are welcome,” writes Redmond Public Safety. 

Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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