Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Canada to Become Clothing Optional?


Noted attorney Clayton Ruby is taking on the right for Canadians to be clothes free. It's unconstitutional that naturists can't bare everything whenever they want. The case will be heard today in an Ontario court. It stems from an anti-textile resort operator named Brian Coldin and the fact that Mr. Coldin has been charged several times for indecency, often for going through drive-throughs in the buff. Mr. Ruby has said that his clients attire was not vulgar as, at least, he was wearing sandals.

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