Friday, October 19, 2012
An End to Nudity in San Francisco?
Recently a San Francisco Supervisor, Scott Wiener (his real name), proposed bringing an end to much of his city's public nudity. San Francisco already bans nudity in its public parks and last year passed a law, backed by Mr. Wiener, that requires nudists to cover chairs and benches in public places before sitting on them.
Wiener states, " Castro area bakeries report a rise in the shoplifting of donuts. It's odd that kolaches never come up missing."
The Mission Area police recently arrested a nude male exhibiting a boner, since public nudity is currently allowed as long as the naked person is not sexually aroused. The alleged offender claims, "I was only giving a tourist directions to the museum."
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