Wednesday, October 26, 2011

San Francisco to Ban Nudity in Restaurants (Wait, It Was Legal to Be Nude in a Restaurant?!)

This just in: The city of San Francisco may ban nudity in restaurants, if a proposed ordinance goes through. I know what you're thinking, "wait, so it's currently legal to dine out nude?" Why yes, it is. In San Francisco.
In San Francisco, you can munch your healthy salad and grilled chicken at most restaurants--in the nude. The nudist-friendly city, where public nudity is legal (just as long as the individual is not, erm, in a state of arousal), may be slapping a shoes-shirt-and-pants-required law on restaurant goers if city official Scott Weiner's (don't laugh) new ordinance goes through. The new law would require diners to be fully dressed. Weiner also is calling for nude diners to place a towel or "barrier" of some sort down on the seat before sitting. 

Oh my goodness, what do you think of this? Do you think it should be legal to dine nude, or does this just seem like a health hazard to you?:P

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