Australian police urge mooning enthusiasts to 'keep pants on'

Australian police urge mooning enthusiasts to 'keep pants on'
 

Victoria Police have urged Australian mooning enthusiasts to keep their pants on or risk criminal charges.
A group has called for a protest at Parliament on 8 October against legislation banning baring your buttocks.
The tongue-in-cheek event, scheduled one day after the full moon, calls for the right to bare bums.
Police said: "The only moon we want to see on Parliament House is the 8 day old moon in the October lunar cycle."
An amendment included in an overhaul of sexual offence laws specifically bans "mooning or streaking". First-time offenders face up to two months... read more

 
27 September 2016 in World News, Views: 34
Source: BBC
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