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  Reply # 1896263 6-Nov-2017 17:28
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In many circumstances that is the case. I'm not sure where you are going with that.



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  Reply # 1896393 6-Nov-2017 21:12
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I think there was no shortage of admirers for this topless Olympian

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  Reply # 1896431 6-Nov-2017 21:28
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  Reply # 1898650 10-Nov-2017 09:18
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I think OP needs to keep abreast of current laws and social conventions




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  Reply # 1898839 10-Nov-2017 11:58
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"Not enforced" is not the same as lawful

http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/89952146/Complaint-after-blue-haired-woman-walks-topless-down-Lambton-Quay

It can take a lot to turn heads on Wellington's Lambton Quay – but a blue-haired woman walking topless down the street on a busy Wednesday afternoon managed to achieve that.

The woman was walking on the street's west side pavement in the direction of Parliament about 3.30pm.

Police were called within a few minutes.

"Police attended and they have searched the area, but no-one was found matching the description," a spokeswoman said.

Police said public toplessness was usually dealt with on a case-by-case basis.

A person usually had to be wilfully offending others to break indecency laws.

In December, a "Free the Nipple" event involved 22 topless women lying in the sun at Oriental Bay.

The event was aimed to promote gender equality and was about "desexualising the nipple", organiser Pollyanna Besley said at the time.

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  Reply # 1898896 10-Nov-2017 13:01
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I am guessing no one knew what het face looked like.

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  Reply # 1900639 14-Nov-2017 13:22
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I suggest tight speedos are almost indecent . No one wants to see that outline of private parts . Lets ban those from beaches .

 

Then it gets into the old TV gag, when do speedo's stop being togs & start being underpants , ie how far from the beach.

 

 


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  Reply # 1900692 14-Nov-2017 14:10
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Public nudity in general (genitals n all) should be legal IMHO, people are way to uptight about that sort of thing.





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