Beasley v. State

In Beasley v. State (Tex.App. 1995) 906 S.W.2d 270, the victim testified that the defendant called out to her while seated in his vehicle with the driver's door open. The victim observed that the defendant "didn't have clothing on from the upper leg to the waist." (Id. at p. 271.) She further noted the defendant had his right hand on the steering wheel and his left hand placed like a shield blocking her view of his penis. The majority held there was no exposure since the defendant, though naked from the upper leg to the waist, effectively hid his genitals from view with his hand. (Id. at p. 272.) The dissent disagreed "that the word 'expose' ... required visible sighting." (Id. at p. 274 (dis. opn. of Walker, C. J.).)