Cover it up! San Francisco passes public nudity ban


Naturist San Franciscans may be forced to cover up, after the city's Board of Supervisors voted to ban public displays of genitalia.

The Board voted 6-5 in favour of new legislation that would rid the famously free-and-easy city of wandering nudists.

Some beaches will be exempt, as will events like Pride Parade.

The aptly named city Supervisor, Scott Weiner, said: "This legislation is really about genitals. I'm not looking to get anyone arrested because they are showing a plumber's crack or wearing a bikini."

If the ban passes a second vote, those caught short clothing-wise will face a $100 fine.