Woman In See-Through Nightgown Goes Shopping at Dollar General



The woman probably didnt look like Katy Perry, however.
  • The woman probably didn't look like Katy Perry, however.

There are two possible explanations for a woman shopping in a see-through nightgown at a Sandusky area Dollar General on Tuesday. Either she is one of those folks who, late at night and already snuggled up in her jammies, doesn't mind the disapproving looks from others if she ventures out her in nightwear, even if that nightwear is a bit revealing. Or she gets her jollies by showing everyone just what she's working with with picking up $1 rubber gloves and soap.

It should be noted that the nightgown was definitely sheer and she was not wearing any underwear.

The Sandusky Register doesn't have a description of the suspect, nor a picture, because she left the store before the cops could arrive to inspect her outfit, but the general outcry from the public leads us to believe that this is not likely the kind of woman you would want to check out in a see-through nightgown. Just a hunch.

Dollar General staffers said this is not the first time the exhibitionist-leaning lady has come into the store bearing her goods.

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