Source- Police say a naked woman attacked two people at a North Austin apartment pool in late June. One woman was pushed and held under water, and another was hit with a rock, according to an arrest warrant filed Thursday.
Police say Morgan Areshchenko, 31, arrived nude at her apartment complex pool on North Hills Drive near MoPac. One woman already at the pool with her two children allegedly asked Areshchenko to put on some clothes. And that’s when Areshchenko allegedly responded by pushing the woman in the pool, jumping in after her, holding her head under water by her neck, and punching her.
Two onlookers, including an apartment complex employee, saw the incident and yelled at Areshchenko to stop, the arrest warrant states.
After dunking and punching the one woman, police said Areshchenko threw a 3- to 5-inch-wide stone at the employee who was running away from the scene to hide behind a barbecue pit, hitting her in the shoulder.
I'll tell you this right now. If I am one of two ladies that got beat up by a naked woman I am doing everything I can to avoid that becoming a national, or even a local, story. In fact I am calling a complex meeting and making everyone take a vow of silence to make sure it doesn't even become a rumor. Getting beat up by a naked man and his unsightly, flopping, external genitalia is one thing. Losing a handicapped match to a helpless naked bitch is simply unacceptable for anyone under the age of 12, or over the age of 60.
Regardless of whether these two should have been able to take a crazy nudist and her weapon of choice, a rock, I still think this confrontation is all on them. Anything goes in a community pool, that's just the social contract. The pool is an amenity that is open to all that reside there. So yeah, stripping nude in front of a couple women and a couple children might be frowned upon, but I doubt it's listed in the rules on the gate. Short of a felony, anything that happens at a public pool is fair game. You mind your own business and let people go about their day. That's the best way to avoid an incident when you are amongst a bunch of people you don't know, that surely live a different lifestyle than you. Plus, a little nudity isn't all that bad when you think of all the bandaids and urine your children have left floating around in that virtual cesspool. Call it even and no one gets pegged with rocks or nearly drowned by a skinny dipper. That's the compromise of community living.