The Indonesian edition of Playboy contains no nudity. In fact, it's reportedly tamer than some other magazines that are sold in the country. But when it debuted in April 2006, Muslim groups protested and threw rocks at its local offices. Now, editor Erwin Arnada faces up to 32 months in prison on charges of publishing indecent material for publishing photographs of women in their underwear. Some of the women reportedly even had partially exposed breasts.