Ontario judge upholds Canada's nudity laws
BRACEBRIDGE, Ont. -- In convicting a local businessman of public nudity charges after he shocked female clerks at drive-through windows at a local Tim Hortons and A&W restaurant, an Ontario court judge has upheld Canada's nudity laws as an acceptable infringement of the man's freedom of expression.Justice Jon-Jo Douglas dismissed Brian Coldin's...
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#1 Jan 13, 2012
good thing, we were born without cloths and we are buried without the say if we have cloths or not. freedom to live our lives as we choose is our right as a human . when the court or government rips our rights away we stop bieng human and become SHEEP. thankyou
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