So I've been doing a lot of research on spinning black holes and fumbled upon the concept of a "naked singularity" where a gravitational singularity exists without an event horizon. Ignoring the physics-breaking problems and questions it raises, how would this behave in comparison to a spinning black hole?
For example(s): Would it have an accretion disk? Would matter still get spaghettify if it got too close? Could you get in and out to observe it while once you pass the even horizon of a reg black hole, you can't get out?
tl;dr, would it act the same as a regular spinning black hole?