WOODWARD, Okla., Aug. 11 (UPI) -- The Woodward County, Okla., sheriff said he isn't investigating the case of a naked woman at a golf course since no one has made a formal complaint.
The incident occurred last month at the Elks Lodge No. 1355 golf tournament fundraiser for its annual rodeo at the Boiling Springs Golf Course in Woodward, Okla., The Oklahoman reported. A woman stripped down during a putting challenge, though she was not asked to do so, the report said.
"We haven't had anybody come in and make a report," Woodward County Sheriff Gary Stanley said Wednesday. "Somebody would need to come in and make a report ... We don't have a victim."
JCLA Enterprises, a firm that leases the golf course from the city, was notified last month by the Woodward City Manager Alan Riffel that should anything else inappropriate happen on the course, JCLA Enterprises would lose its lease.
"It's a topic of concern around the community," Riffel said.
However, the firm says the incident was not its fault.
"We don't claim responsibility," said JCLA Vice President Chris Moya. "She didn't come from the parking lot onto the course naked. It's like predicting lighting."