Um, why weren't the trespassers charged with "peeping"? Coffee-making naked guy rebuffed by exposure charge October 21, 2009 - 10:53am SPRINGFIELD, Va. - Eric Williamson faces an indecent exposure charge after a passerby saw him in the buff in his own home making coffee. It happened at 5:30 a.m. Monday. Channel 5 reports the woman and 7-year-old boy who saw him naked apparently had cut through Williamson's front yard from a nearby path. Williamson, 29, says he didn't know anyone could see him. "If I stood and seemed comfortable in my kitchen, it's natural. It's my kitchen," Williamson tells Channel 5. Williamson says his roommates were not home when he came into the kitchen and made his coffee. Fairfax County Police say they believed Williamson wanted to be seen naked by the public. Williamson, a father of a 5-year old girl, said he plans to fight the charge. "There is not a chance on this planet I would ever, ever, ever do anything like that to a kid," he says. A trial lawyer, who is not connected to the Williamson's case, says the state will have to prove that Williamson knew people were there for them to get a conviction on the charge that carries a one-year jail term and a $2,000 fine.