Authorities in North Carolina are looking at ways to take action against a Charlotte man who stands at his front door naked.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say that, while the man may be annoying his neighbors, he hasn't been charged because what he's done isn't illegal. State law says someone can't expose himself in a place where the public has access.

But police say they want to change that, clarifying that it's unlawful for a person to expose himself if he can be seen from a public place.

At a meeting Monday night, homeowners said the man stands naked at his door several times a week and has been doing so for years.

The man told WBTV-TV he's only been inside his home naked and that his privacy has been violated.

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Information from: WBTV-TV, http://www.wbtv.com/