Wacky Wednesday: San Francisco’s Scott Weiner Leads Drive to Ban Weiners in Public and Succeeds as Public Nudity is Outlawed

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Weiner banned the weiner.  That’s about what happened Tuesday in San Francisco:

City lawmakers voted 6-5 Tuesday on an ordinance that would prohibit nudity in most public places. A first offense would carry a maximum penalty of a $100 fine, but prosecutors would have authority to charge a third violation as a misdemeanor punishable by up to a $500 fine and a year in jail.

Capitol Commentary first reported about Weiner’s anti-weiner efforts last year to ban people from eating at restaurants whilst naked.

Is that a bratwurst on your table or are you just happy to see me..?

Now, except for certain places like street fairs, weiners will be banned in public.

No more naked guys getting their pictures taken with tourists.

It seems that this radical step is heralding the end of San Francisco’s love of “freedom of expression.”

“I’m concerned about civil liberties, about free speech, about changing San Francisco’s style and how we are as a city,” Supervisor John Avalos said. “I cannot and will not bite this apple and I refuse to put on this fig leaf.”

Please.

These “nudists” just like the attention and pissing people off.

Nobody wants to see some old, flabby, naked guys hanging out on a park bench with hardware attached to their schlongs.

What an oppressive police state San Francisco has become.

A scene from San Francisco’s last Bay to Breakers race.

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments on Wacky Wednesday: San Francisco’s Scott Weiner Leads Drive to Ban Weiners in Public and Succeeds as Public Nudity is Outlawed

  1. That is a great picture!
    You really can’t make this stuff up can you? I suppose the ACLU will rise to the occasion and help these people fight their oppression.
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