May I Help You? Naked Woman Walked Into Stores, Engaged In Conversation!

Posted on May 30, 2012


New York (The Gaslamp Post) – A store’s security camera captured a woman walking through the doors, who apparently had forgotten more than just her purse.  On Tuesday, one Barbra LeFleur, 49, of Saratoga Springs, walked into the Curtis Lumber Store in Ballston, and engaged an employee in conversation, according to the Saratogian.


She reportedly told an employee to “have a good day” before she turned and left the store, without buying anything.  She may have left her wallet in her other pants.

Shortly after that, she reportedly entered another store, and again engaged employees in conversation.  Police were called after she walked into a nearby Stewarts Store, wearing only what her momma gave her.  The manager tried to determine if the woman was alright, and asked her if she realized that she was naked.

She is said to have left the store and was apprehended a short time later by deputies.  She is reported to have been fully clothed at that time.

LeFleur is a massage therapist and singer-song writer, and has been employed by Delmar Cengage Learning, according to the Daily Mail.  She was taken for a psychological evaluation and released later that day.  She is due in court next month to answer to charges of public lewdness and may face 90 days in jail, if convicted.

(h/t:  Daily Mail, Raw Story, The Saratogian)