Clark Mindock, The Independent
But Mr Collins’ attorney, Craig Silverman, apparently successfully argued that it is not against the law to be naked inside a Denver hotel room. A report from Fox31 Denver indicates that the pilot was also unaware that he could be seen from the outside.
The charges against Mr Collins were dismissed by a judge in March.
But the arrest, even though it was dismissed, had complicated Mr Collins’ routine. He had been suspended for six months from his job, but has now returned to the skies.
“I have to explain this situation every day without fail,” he told local media.
But, he sees his legal win as a positive: “That’s how we protect our rights — by holding people accountable.”