Police, nudity and topless women

Would you Adam and Eve it in this day and age surely the authorities should know better and they have radios so should communicate to HQ to get the facts!

Thoughtful Naturist

At one of the start points of the 2017 London WNBR in Regent’s Park, a small group of bemused police officers approached some nude people seemingly sure they were breaking the law. They were not, better informed people were on hand to explain the law and also to tell them the ride had been approved by police in order to comply with the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 which imposes tight restrictions on peaceful protest in Parliament Square. The attention of the police was also drawn to the Crown Prosecution Service’s document, “Nudity in Public – Guidance on handling cases of Naturism”. Put simply, being nude in a public place is not illegal. Once they realised that, the police visibly relaxed and even seemed to enjoy the prospect of what they saw, peaceful people congregating to ask in a gentle demonstration for a more human centred world…

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