Exposing your bare buttocks in public – considered by some a form of legitimate political protest – has been officially made a crime in one Australian state.
First-time offenders face up to two months in jail while repeat offenders could spend six months behind bars.
The amendment was one of more than 50 crimes included in an overhaul of sexual offence laws.
The updated legislation has been designed, in part, to separate pranks involving nudity from acts of sexual exposure.
curators note: This seems vague enough to be dangerous for nudists
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