Council defends banning man from being persistently naked in Tonbridge garden (via kentlive)

They explained the notice was served to someone who ‘continued to behave in an unreasonable manner’

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council has defended its use of community protection notices to prevent people being naked in their homes or gardens.

The council has responded to a report released by the Manifesto Club, a group against “the hyper-regulation of every day life”, which outlined a number of “ludicrous” notices issued by councils in England and Wales.

This includes Tonbridge and Malling which issued two notices the first banning “being naked in a place that is open to public view such as your garden”, and the second banning “being naked in your home where your genitalia are visible to a persons in a public place”.

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