Suspicious? You mean as in indecent exposure? Or as in, there simply MUST be more to this story than meets the naked eye!
A resident reported she awoke at 10:20 a.m. Aug. 13 and emerged into the hallway, where she saw a painting contractor working alone in another bedroom (This would be another bedroom in the place where she resided? In the apartment she rented, or just in the building?. The contractor was only wearing a tool belt, sox and shoes (Kind of sounds like a Men At Work wanna be - don't we ALL house paint in the nude, wearing only a tool belt, sox, and shoes?). The resident did not make contact with the painter, but called her mother (Sacre Bleue! You mean to say the resident had to call her mother first, and NOT 9-1-1? Mom, there is this naked man, wearing only a tool belt, sox and shoes in here painting the bedroom - what do you think? Care to come over and check "it" out?), who called 911. Officers asked the contractor to get dressed ("asked the contractor to get dressed?" you mean they didn't ORDER him to get dressed? Seems the police are fairly, um, "understanding" there in Buffalo Grove, these days.) and the mother requested he leave the residence (so, just who in the hell hired this contractor? who gave him the key to get into the place? maybe the daughter got all drunk the night before and talked him into it? Good Lord in Heaven, such types of behavior gives painters AND contractors everywhere a bad name; I keep thinking there is more to this story than is being reported!), which he did (title for a new mystery novel: The Compliant Exhibitionist).