The Laws and Rules on Naked Sunbathing
May 8, 2018
The weather this week is absolutely beautiful, and many of you (not me, I am stuck in the office) will be sunbathing. Hey, a tan is amazing, especially for those escorts who would much rather get natural rays rather than visit a sun bed shop. And yes, it looks sexy.
Even better is when you get an all over tan without the tan lines, but that means that you have to go naked. Though both clients and escorts will feel extra sexy with a tan, many of you will have serious questions about what the laws on naked sunbathing are. Well, today we are going to move away from sex tips and give you some important information on it.
The law states that it IS legal to sunbathe naked. However, there is one catch. Avon and Somerset Police have made this statement.
“Under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, it is not an offence for a person to appear naked in public but it becomes an offence if it can be proved that the person stripped off with the intention to cause distress, alarm or outrage.”
Now what that means is an open debate in law. To put it simply, does not giving a monkey’s whether you are causing offence or not constitute intent? There is a likelihood that it does, so real care needs to be taken.
Our advice would depend on where you live. If your garden is secluded, then you will be fine. Look at is at though you are in your own bedroom. The only people who will see you are those who are peeping over your fence, and they shouldn’t be peeping over your fence in the first place.
If you have a garden that is overlooked by neighbours then that is a different matter. If you think it is more likely than not that your neighbour will see you butt naked then I would maybe just head to the tanning salon instead. It beats the risk of the police rocking up, or at least annoying the neighbours.
Well, what else can I say…enjoy the sunshine. And yes, I am jealous!