Eric Stagno, 34, was allegedly caught working naked in a Planet Fitness on Sunday. He told the police that he thought that it was a “judgment-free zone,” according to the reports.
(Plaistow Police )
A man who was caught naked in a Planet Fitness thought he would get away with it because the gym considers itself a “judgment-free zone,” the officials said.
Eric Stagno, 34, Massachusetts, was arrested on Sunday at a gym in Plaistow, New Hampshire, after gymgoers allegedly caught him exercising in the nude, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported.
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Plaistow Capt. Brett Morgan said that the police were sent to the Planet Fitness location after receiving a call from witnesses who summarily said: “the man walked in, stripped down right there opposite, to the left of the clothes and stuff at the front desk, walked back and forth in the gym a few times and then settled in with the yoga mats.”
The police captain added that Stagno was in a “yoga-type pose” when the authorities came.
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Stagno said: “he thought it a judgment-free zone, apparently referring to [the gym] slogan.”
Gymgoers reported feeling “ill,” “unsafe” and “disgusted” of Stagno alleged actions.
Stagno was taken into custody without incident and charged with indecent exposure, lewdness and disorderly conduct, according to the news outlet.
He was reportedly released on $ 1,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 21.
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