NSFW: Naked Jogger Emerges Again in Fan District 

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The infamous naked jogger may be at it again Richmond, or another dude in the nude could have taken up the torch. Either way, a video showing a man jogging through the Fan District in nothing but a beanie and sneakers was posted on YouTube (caution: contains nudity) on Sunday.

The 30-second, not-safe-for-work clip shows the jogger passing a group of what appears to be three college-aged women. One laughs, while another appears startled before the man stops, waves his genitalia and runs off, his fists pumping the air.

This isn’t the first naked jogger sighting in the neighborhood. One was spotted on the Boulevard in the Fan in 2014 and was reported in the area more than once for five years prior. A Fan resident had stated that he verbally harassed her. He stopped to share a beer with another woman.

The 30-second video had garnered 1,213 views by Tuesday. It’s one in a series of posts on the Jeff H channel, which features footage of crimes and misbehavior in the Fan. Jeep looting, property destruction and streaking (yes, there’s another streaker) and more has been caught on both handheld and security cameras.

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