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urinating mannequin


Jameslayer

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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.

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bremner

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and?

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iscanut2

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What is the point of your thread ?

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Jameslayer

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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.

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Forum Editor

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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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