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In conservative societies, appearing in a public place in clothing that is deemed 'indecent' is illegal. For instance, a country which generally prohibits full nudity may allow it in designated places, such as nude beachesor during various social events such as festivals or nude protests. Europe[ edit ] Attitudes towards nudity vary by country and are generally most relaxed in Scandinaviawhere genitals and breasts are not normally considered indecent or obscene. Hence, laws and societal views on public nudity are generally relaxed. In the Netherlandspublic nudity is allowed at sites that have been assigned by the local authorities and "other suitable places. In Barcelonapublic nudity was a recognised right.
However, on 30 Aprilthe Barcelona City Council voted a by-law forbidding walking "naked or nearly naked in public spaces" and limiting the wearing of bathing costumes to pools, beaches, adjacent streets and sea-side walks. United Kingdom[ edit ] In the United Kingdom during the 19th and 20th centuries, indecent exposure was prosecuted under either section 28 of the Town Police Clauses Act  or section 4 of the Vagrancy Act The latter was a piece of legislation that made it an offence to sleep rough or beg and contained a provision for the prosecution of: This provision was repealed by section 66 of the Sexual Offences Act which replaced the offence of "indecent exposure" and other sexual offences with legislation that is more specific and explicit.
The maximum penalty is two years' imprisonment, but this is extremely rare as most cases are dealt with by a fine or through community service. Under Scots lawindecent exposure is considered to be a form of public indecency and is regarded as a crime of indecency. Stephen Gougha man known as the "Naked Rambler" who hikes across Britain wearing only shoes, has been arrested in both jurisdictions with different consequences in each. The Northern Ireland Assembly has considered the introduction of new legislation. In New York City, toplessness in public is allowed. Many states in US do not allow public exposure of female nipples. Indecent exposure in the United States The laws governing indecent exposure in the United States vary according to location.
In most states public nudity is illegal. However, in some states it is only illegal if it is accompanied by an intent to shock, arouse or offend other persons. Some states permit local governments to set local standards. Most states exempt breastfeeding mothers from prosecution. Canada[ edit ] In Canada, s. Thus, the decision of what states of undress are "indecent", and thereby unlawful, is left to judges. Judges have held, for example, that nude sunbathing is not indecent. The courts have found that nude swimming is not offensive under this definition. InGwen Jacob was arrested for walking in a street in Guelph, Ontario while topless.
She was acquitted in by the Ontario Court of Appeal on the basis that the act of being topless is not in itself a sexual act or indecent. In Australia, it is a summary or criminal offence in some States and Territories to expose one's genitals also referred to as - 'his or her person'  in a public place or in view of a public place. In some jurisdictions exposure of the genitals alone does not constitute an offence unless accompanied by an indecent act, indecent behaviour, grossly indecent behaviour, obscenityintention to cause offence or deliberate intention. The applicable law is different in each jurisdiction and in several jurisdictions the offence of indecent exposure does not apply.
Specific state Actsare as follows: Australian Capital Territory — Crimes Actsection — 'indecent exposure' — penalty 12 months. Under the Nudity Actthe responsible minister may declare a public area where public nudity is permitted. Western Australia — Criminal Code, section — 'Indecent acts in public' — criminal penalty two years. It has been noted that a term such as "exposing one's person" relates back to the United Kingdom Vagrancy Act and Evans v Ewels  where it was said that the word "person" was a genteel synonym for "penis" or "vulva". However, it has been held that the word "person" in s5 of the NSW Summary Offences Act is not limited to "penis" or "vulva".
For example, in R v Eyles the offender was seen masturbating in his front garden and charged with obscene exposure under the NSW Act. The concepts of obscenity and exposure in a practical sense restrict the potential operation of the provision. There is a question as to whether there is any further restriction to be found in the word "person". The Crown Advocate has submitted that there may be circumstances in which the exposure of the breasts of a woman is capable of being regarded as obscene, and that it is not difficult to imagine circumstances in which the exposure of a person's buttocks could be obscene. The jurisdiction which this Court is exercising is a jurisdiction confined to determining questions of law which arise in the case before the District Court.
No question arises in the present case as to whether there are any circumstances in which the exposure by a female of breasts, or by a female or male of buttocks, could involve a contravention of s5. The prosecution case against the appellant was that he obscenely exposed his penis and other genitals. It is sufficient for resolution of the present case to say that this was capable of constituting exposure of "his person" for the purposes of the proceedings against him.
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