STRATFORD, Conn., July 8 (UPI) -- Police in Connecticut said a man who showed up for a dental appointment in the nude has been charged with disorderly conduct and public indecency.
Investigators said Christopher Hoff, 41, arrived at Optimus Dental in Stratford completely naked and fled the building once the female receptionist began screaming, The Connecticut Post reported Wednesday.
Officers arrived on the scene and people on the street pointed them in the direction of the "naked guy," police said.
Police said they tracked Hoff to his home, where he answered to door and claimed to have been sleeping all day. However, they said the receptionist at the dentist's office identified him as the naked man.
"She recognized him immediately -- his eyes are very blue and he has a good tan," the police report of the incident states, the Post reported.
Hoff, who was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of public indecency, was also charged with failure to comply with fingerprinting when he refused to undergo the process while in custody, police said.