Committee to Discuss Closing Sacramento’s Public Nudity Loophole

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The City of Sacramento Law and Legislation Committee will discuss closing a loophole that allows nudity in certain public places Tuesday.

A current city ordinance prohibits nudity in public parks, playgrounds, beaches or waterways – but doesn’t apply to sidewalks, streets or private property visible from a public space.

Sacramento Police are encouraging the loophole to be closed, citing recent arrests that went un-prosecuted because of that loophole.

Exceptions to the revised ordinance include breastfeeding mothers or nudity within an enclosed space, like a locker room.

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