Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Do Canadians have the right to be naked?

Ordering a double-double in your birthday suit would likely get you arrested under Canadian law – but that could change, if an Ontario man gets his way.

Brian Coldin, a self-described nudist, is fighting criminal charges after being naked at a Tim Hortons and A&W in Bracebridge, Ont. He will appear in court on Tuesday to argue that public nudity should no longer be a criminal offence, according to The Canadian Press.

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1 comment:

  1. I have been watching this for long time now. Under Canadian law, if someone walks by your home and peeks in the window and sees you naked, you could be arrested.

    Removing this from the law should allow people like me to work in my yard or suntan in the nude on beaches.


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