Searches for pizza porn may be on the rise. But in real life, indecently exposing yourself to a deliveryman (or woman) can have serious consequences.
According to Las Cruces Sun-News, William Gonzalez, 28, a police officer in the New Mexico city, has been cited for indecent exposure and suspended for greeting a pizza deliverywoman completely in the nude.
Gonzalez, a five-year veteran of the force, was “immediately” placed on administrative leave early last month after the young woman reported the incident to her supervisor.
To compound his problems, Gonzalez allegedly pleaded with another officer to persuade the woman not to file a police report.
“It is truly sad that an employee knowing right from wrong still does wrong against all reason,” LCPD Chief Jaime Montoya said in a statement. “It is also sad that an employee will put a fellow employee in a tough position of having to inform a supervisor of misconduct.”
According to the report, the woman said Gonzalez told her he had just gotten out of the shower, but she noticed his hair was dry and he didn’t have a towel.
After he signed the receipt, she said, he went back inside the home to get her a tip and returned to the front door — still naked — with cash.
The officer who filed the report said Gonzalez also had “threatened” to expose himself to the same woman months earlier when, according to the report, he came to the door wearing only basketball shorts and told her his friends had dared him to answer the door naked.
Gonzalez has pleaded not guilty to the citation, his attorney said.