Mother and Children Take to Their Birthday Suits

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This is what the family will look like in ten years
  • This is what the family will look like in ten years

You know the old saying, "When mom gets naked, so do the kids." Oh, no, I'm sorry. That's "Like father like son." After reading this story I got a bit confused.

Cincinnati police were cruising along on their daily patrol when they noticed something a bit strange. A mother and her children were walking down a city street together, which would have been a beautiful scene of family bonding if it wasn't for the fact that all three were naked.

The mother was screaming "Jesus," a second sign, besides the nakedness of course, that maybe everything wasn't going swimmingly for this naked trifecta. Her children were placed in the custody of family services while the mother was taken to a hospital to be evaluated.

The last paragraph of Ohio.com's report is the best.

Investigators say the woman and children may have been in a car that crashed nearby around 10 minutes before police started getting calls about naked people. They don't know why the three were unclothed.

I can only imagine that 911 call.

"Hello, 911, what's your emergency?"

"NAKED PEOPLE! NAKED PEOPLE EVERYWHERE!"

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