In the summer of 2018, a naked woman was seen in a video that appeared to show her walking the shore.
The video, uploaded to Instagram, had been shared more than 100,000 times at the time, and was shared with hundreds of other people.
At the time of the post, a man wearing a blue shirt and shorts walked the shore and approached a naked women in a towel.
In the video, he said, “Can you swim?”
The woman then turned around and started walking towards him, but he didn’t respond, according to a description on the video.
The woman said that the man asked her to show him her breasts.
After he finished talking, the woman walked back to the shore, but the man followed.
“Can you go home?” he asked her.
She said no, but she turned around to look at the camera.
The man then walked towards the woman, and he said he could see her panties.
The camera captured a scene of the woman with her clothes on.
The naked woman, who is not identifiable by name, then appeared to go to a nearby beach, according the description on Instagram.
The beach was closed and the woman left shortly after, according a description posted to Instagram by the person in the video who was not identified.
A spokesperson for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation confirmed to NBC News that the woman in the Instagram video was indeed a naked female and was swimming on the New Jersey Turnpike.
The department says it is working with the NYPD and the police department to find the person who uploaded the video and has taken it down.
In a statement to NBC New York, the NYPD said it has launched an investigation into the incident and will provide more information when it is available.
“The NYPD takes all reports of criminal behavior seriously and is committed to protecting the public,” the department said in a statement.
“In this case, we are reviewing all of the facts and taking all appropriate action to ensure that the public has a safe environment.”