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    Sleepwalker mows lawn naked

    A sleep-walking computer expert was caught by his wife mowing the lawn naked at 2am.

    Rebekah Armstrong told The Sun she was woken by a noise coming from the garden.

    When she realised husband Ian was not in bed she went downstairs to see what was happening.

    Rebekah said: "Ian was mowing the lawn completely starkers. I dread to think how long he'd been there but he'd nearly finished.

    "I was going to wake him but I have always been told it can be dangerous to disturb someone who is sleepwalking.

    "In the end I just unplugged the mower, went back to bed and let him get on with it."


    http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_1327470.html?menu=

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    Yeah, but did it LOOK GOOD (him, I mean - not the lawn)?

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    Wow....that could be dangerous!


    Sudzi

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    His wife better watch it. He might start working in the house next. She could awake to a nakid plummer/painter/floorman. HUMMMM...I wonder why he was working at night and if I can get my hubby some? I don't even care if he wears clothes or not.

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    Nobody--neighbors, or others inside the house-- woke up to the noise at 2AM?
    This is my opinion, and change is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicktor
    Nobody--neighbors, or others inside the house-- woke up to the noise at 2AM?
    Whats a good time to pull out your weed whacker?

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    All I can say is, I'm sure glad it wasn't MY neighbors!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casshew
    Whats a good time to pull out your weed whacker?
    OH GOD CASS!!!!! I just spit out a mouth full of RED WINE.... LMAO

    Now... to go clean up this mess on my rug.

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    blueclouds, you need to switch to white wine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casshew
    Whats a good time to pull out your weed whacker?
    Why, I pull it out at every available opportunity.
    This is my opinion, and change is good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vicktor
    Why, I pull it out at every available opportunity.
    shssssh! you'll wake the neighbours