What’s a peeping Tom? a Peeping Tom is a person who gets pleasure, especially sexual pleasure, from secretly watching others; a voyeur
Russell Abratt, 57, of Weston, A Nova Southeastern University professor was arrested and charged with loitering for allegedly peering in his Weston neighbor’s windows
Russel Abrattwas arrested in the Sept. 20 incident. Abratt is a professor and chairman of marketing and decision sciences at NSU. He looks like an international business marketing stud who taught or conducted research in 30 countries and on every continent. He co-authored several books and published more than 30 scholarly articles. His specialty: ethics, a subject he’s written about numerous times.
According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, neighbors called police after they said they saw Abratt walking between houses and looking into windows. When a deputy confronted Abratt, the professor said that he was looking for a cat, the Sheriff’s Office said. He had told a neighbor he was looking for a dog.
Scientists are peeping toms at the keyhole of eternity. Did he make it a bit early in this life?
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