Train passengers see full 'moon' (and full fronts) during daylight
UPI News Service, 06/06/2013
Talk about overexposed -- revelers left nothing to the imagination recently when they welcomed passengers on a heritage train traveling to Durango, Colo.
More than a dozen naked partiers greeted passengers on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in late May with bare behinds and fronts, irking a tourist and drawing warnings from law enforcement, the Durango Herald reported Wednesday.
A photograph taken by tourist captured for posterity partying men and women with nothing but beers and smiles as they hooted and hollered at passengers.
"It's a shame that people do that stuff, isn't it?" said Paul Schranck, the railroad's general manager.
He said similar incidents have been reported to the Durango Police Department, but it's difficult to patrol.
Passenger Jim Slavin of Phoenix snapped the photo.
"I found it quite offensive," Slavin told the Herald by phone. "Is this the way you want me to remember Durango? I don't think it is."
Police were reviewing the photograph, but so far haven't identified anyone in the picture, Lt. Ray Shupe said. If anyone can be identified, or if anyone is caught flashing the train, that person can be cited for misdemeanor indecent exposure.
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The Durango & Silverton runs on 45 miles of 3-foot track between Durango and Silverton, Colo.