There’s been a strange man hanging outside on our lawn all day. He doesn’t move, he just stands there, never moving, never blinking.
Kira, our dog, has been outside a few times, barking at him and being properly intimidating, but still the man remains. He doesn't even acknowledge that she's there!
I’m not sure what to make of it. The snow is falling and baby, it’s cold outside. He’s very pale and I can’t help but worry he’s getting frosty – all he has on is a scarf! I’d invite him in but…well, inviting a naked, strange man into the house where my little girl is playing doesn’t sound very wise.
I did call the police, both for his safety and for ours, but they laughed at me. Laughed!! Imagine! They said a few ‘there-theres’ and advised to wait for the weather to warm up, “he’ll be leaving then, ma’am.”
Needless to say, I was less than impressed with the local RCMP. So he’s still out there, now, staring into our dining room window without any sort of shame or modesty. Naked but for his scarf, and never blinking or moving.
I noticed a bird stop by to nibble on his carrot nose a few moments ago and he didn’t even seen to notice!
Dear readers, I need some advice on how to handle this situation! Here's a picture I took of the him: