I live on post, and apparently the landscaping company who has the contract here wants to make sure they are working really hard for their money, because it seems that not a day goes by that lawnmowers and leaf blowers are not blaring outside. They do not go into our fenced-in yards, but they work around the neighborhoods and in our front yards. There is also a toddler park right on the other side of my fence, which is where the worker in question was working today.
I have five children under age ten, and a newborn. We were all in the the dining area, which has a sliding glass door. I was walking around the table, helping the kids with their schoolwork (I homeschool), and I was also breastfeeding the baby. I had a cover on, but apparently either the baby pulled it down, or when I leaned down to look at a worksheet it slid down. Either way, I did not notice until I felt the baby's mouth detach...and that was when I saw the guy. The side of our fence that borders the playground is immediately to the right of the sliding door (as in, one could lean their top half over the fence while keeping a leg in the house). So there I stand, one double D hanging out, and this stranger just staring at it. It was not a quick, "Oh dear, I was weed eating along the fence at the totally wrong moment, I will quickly avert my eyes" thing either. He had clearly been standing there a whole minute, weed eater turned off and one hand on the fence, probably from the moment my cover slipped down. Even when it was clear I noticed him, he just kept staring! I was frozen for a minute, then quickly pulled up the cover and yanked the cord on the vertical blinds.
I think I feel twice as violated as I would have if he had seen me changing or something, because I was feeding my child. The worst part is, there is no way to identify him. The playground isn't fenced, so there were several people weed eating and pruning in the big open space it sets on, and they all wear those protective face cover things.