urinating mannequin

  Jameslayer 21 Jan 12
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http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/01/20/urinating-mannequin-banned-from-philip-browne-shop-window-in-norwichn1219116.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk%7Cdl1%7Csec3_lnk4%26pLid%3D92999

A shop has been ordered to remove a mannequin.

  bremner 21 Jan 12

and?

  iscanut2 21 Jan 12

What is the point of your thread ?

  Jameslayer 21 Jan 12

Do you think he should have been made to remove it?

Do you think it was a sensible use of police manpower?

If this is illegal then surely art showing naked people should also be banned.

  Forum Editor 21 Jan 12

Do you think he should have been made to remove it?

It's irrelevant - he has been, and he is going to do so.

Do you think it was a sensible use of police manpower?

I imagine it took about half an hour of police time - hardly a budget-stretching matter

If this is illegal then surely art showing naked people should also be banned.

There's a difference - people go to art galleries to see art, it's a conscious choice. People walking in a street may not choose to see what's in a shop window.

To be honest, this is an event of little importance and no significance.

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