Naked Dining Banned In San Francisco

Posted by | November 3, 2011 19:42 | Filed under: Top Stories

You can’t dine naked anymore in San Francisco, and if you’re a nudist, you have to place a cover on the chair.

Supervisor Scott Wiener, who introduced the legislation, said, “We did hear from folks in the neighborhood that these are actually tangible issues that are happening in the Castro and so the legislation is important for that reason.”

“I’m not a health expert, but I believe sitting nude in a public place is not sanitary,” he said in September when the ordinance was introduced. “Would you want to sit on a seat where someone had been sitting naked? I think most people would say no.”

Anyone who disobeys the new code will be fined $100 for a first offense, $200 for a second offense and three-time offenders face a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.

Maybe a better punishment would be to be forced to watch other people dining naked.

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