One study distinguishes the young old (60 to 69), the middle old (70 to 79), and the very old (80 ).Chronological age may differ considerably from a person's functional age.A PENSIONER exposed himself to his neighbour and her daughter because he thought they fancied him.Yung Sang Li, of Carrbridge Drive, left his victim physically sickened after the incident on November 19, 2015.He began swinging his genitals about while continuing to stare at the witnesses.The police were thereafter contacted and visited Li’s home address.When he opened the door, he stated: “I’m sorry I made a mistake, I thought someone fancied me.” Li appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court for sentencing after pleading guilty to intentionally exposing his genitals in a sexual manner to the two women, with the intention that they would see.
Following the brief interaction, Li then started to remove his trousers and expose his private parts to the shocked women.
Synonyms include old age pensioner or pensioner in British English, and retiree and senior in American English.
Some dictionaries describe widespread use of "senior citizen" for people over the age of 65.
In developed countries, most people in their 60s and early 70s are still fit, active, and able to care for themselves.
Therefore, rather than lumping together all people who have been defined as old, some gerontologists have recognized the diversity of old age by defining sub-groups.
She ordered the pensioner to pay a fine of £350 and decided against placing him on the Sex Offenders register.