If you’re a man and you’ve ever wanted to flash someone, you might wanna stay away from Cherrydale in southeast Houston.

On Tuesday afternoon, a 38-year-old man on a bike rode up to the home of a woman being identified as Mrs. Jean.

For some reason, he got the show-someone-his-junk bug, and he went to buggin’ out.

68-year-old Mrs. Jean didn’t appreciate that. So she threatened to kill the bug.

“Some guy pulled off his pants and pulled his pants open, playing with his thing, and he ran up and I told him to get away from my door, or I will shoot him.”

MJ was taking care of her disabled grandson when the man tried to gain access to her home. She ended that attempt:

“He kept coming and kept coming and reached for my door after it was locked, and so I shot through the door.”

The man didn’t enter her home, but the bullet did enter his chest.

“I don’t bother nobody, I don’t get in nobody’s business. It’s just me and him, and like I keep saying, I warned him.”

Note to self: If I become a Mormon, don’t try to spread the good news to Mrs. Jean.

The man has a history of shedding his clothes in public: police say he was detained just last week for romping in the buff.

That slug lodged in his torso might be what they call a “deterrent.”

Yesterday, I wrote that I wouldn’t be that shocked if a dude disrobed in a restaurant. I suspect that eatery exhibitionist won’t soon be a certain 38-year-old, who almost had his 38 discharged by a discharged .38.

Mrs. Jean is black; let’s see if the Left rage nationally over her use of a firearm.

Something tells me she won’t care if they do: a sign outside Grandma Jean’s house says “Save The Drama For Your Mamma.”

 

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And by the way: I don’t know that Mrs. Jean used a .38. One report called the gun “a pistol.”

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