These are the Texans who are truly naked and unafraid.

Texas is home to its fair share of odd crimes and even odder criminals. And just as nothing catches people's attention like the phrase 'naked man', Texas can put on quite the show.

Just take, for example, the following wild, shocking crimes committed while au naturel that have taken place in 2024 so far. Rest assured, there's more yet to come.

January 13, 2024 - Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth Police
Fort Worth Police

A 51-year-old man was delivering a load of firewood to a customer when he was confronted by an "extremely naked man" who was every bit as aggressive. The nude aggressor, later identified as Chrisantus Omondi, accused the visitor of being on his property.

When told to leave by the customer, Omondi suddenly grabbed a piece of firewood and launched a vicious assault that would prove deadly. While the customer escaped indoors to call law enforcement, the 51-year-old male would not prove as lucky.

When police arrived on the scene, they found the victim deceased from blunt force trauma to his head and neck.

February 1, 2024 - Austin, Texas

Austin Police Department
Austin Police Department

Warnero Young met his friends in a Super 8 motel parking lot in South Austin to help them move. He began to climb the stairs of the motel when he was suddenly shot by an armed naked man.

Officers rushed Young to the hospital where he passed away from his injuries. They arrested 41-year-old Rahsaan Dobbins and booked him into Travis County jail on a charge of 1st degree murder where he remains in lieu of a $750,000 bond.

March 7, 2024 - Austin, Texas

Austin Police Department
Austin Police Department

The SWAT were out in full force on the afternoon of March 7th in Austin, Texas. The subject? A naked man who had broken into a home and began behaving menacingly towards the resident.

Court records say "[The resident] tried to tell him to leave, but said he was babbling and smoking narcotics from a glass pipe while staring at her."

The nude intruder, later identified as 45-year-old Larry Robinson eventually surrendered the standoff and SWAT took him into custody. Robinson was booked into Travis County jail where he remains in lieu of $500,000 bond.

April 17, 2024 - Houston, Texas

Residents in the Old Brasswood neighborhood of Houston, Texas found an unpleasant surprise waiting for them on their doorbell camera one morning.

Residents of the neighborhood say that the unidentified man can be seen on several different homes' cameras, ringing the doorbell incessantly for upwards of 30 minutes while pleasuring himselff.

Police are currently looking for the individual.

April 28, 2024 - Houston, Texas

A naked marauder met an untimely end in Houston, Texas after being tased by police.

Police responded to a call in southeast Houston on reports of a naked man running in the streets. They were able to locate the man in an enclosed back porch of a home by the sound of his screams. When he refused to follow orders and come out of the porch, officers deployed a taser then placed him under arrest.

The man then became unresponsive, and subsequent life-saving efforts were unsuccessful.

April 29, 2024 - Galveston, Texas

Homeowners in Galveston, Texas were privy to a grotesque scene captured on their doorbell camera.

The footage shows a naked man on the sidewalk who then comes onto the porch and attempts to enter the locked home. When the attempted entry was unsuccessful, the man then stood on the porch and gratified himself for five minutes.

Police were called and reports were taken; multiple neighbors in the area reported a similar scene on their cameras. However, the suspect remains at large in his birthday suit.

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