Two Cheeks to the Wind

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In Australia, a lawyer is arguing his client was exercising a constitutional right to protest when he mooned the fuzzy wuzzies last August. The police prosecutor's indignant defense seems nevertheless ambiguous: "If we allowed everyone who wanted to drop their pants and moon police officers, we are undermining the authority of the police."

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  1. Instead of worrying about threat to authority and how mooning can become speech, the Aussie police might try indecent exposure as a charge. On the other hand, the person in question might try writing something on his cheeks the next time to test the theory of protected speech.

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