Approval of nudity ban in SF sparks instant nudity in City Hall11/21/2012
Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposal to ban nudists from exposing their, um, wieners around town has been approved by San Francisco’s lawmakers in a vote of 6-5. Under the new law, citizens must to keep their clothes on or face a fine of $100 to $500 and a year in jail. And how did the defeated nudists react? They stripped, of course, right in City Hall. Prudish authorities covered the fleshy protesters in blankets and led them away. The measure still allows nudity at selected parades, fairs and festivals, but activists have already filed a lawsuit claiming the ordinance (which still needs a final vote and the mayor’s signature) violates First Amendment rights. [Source]
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