Resort defends topless ordinance in court

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(Sept. 28, 2018) Ocean City’s legal battle over banning bare breasts on the beach stretched on last week after U.S. District Court extended a preliminary injunction hearing until Dec. 7.

The issue began in 2016 when Chelsea Eline, formerly Covington, wrote to then-Worcester County State’s Attorney Beau Oglesby for a legal opinion regarding female bare-chestedness in public places across the state.

Ocean City garnered national media coverage last summer after the leak of a Beach Patrol departmental memo that instructed staff to document, but not take action, if alerted to women sunbathing topless.

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7 thoughts on “Resort defends topless ordinance in court

  1. OC CAN KISS ITS SELF GOODBYE I FOR ONE AS A PARENT WILL NOT BE BRINGING MY CHILDREN TO SEE TOPLESS WOMEN AND THE PERVERTS THAT WILL BE THERE STALKING.

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  2. Ditto. I haven’t been to O.C. in years. Why?? Nothing but thugs and other lowlife from GOD knows where. When you ignore DECENCY. You lack common sense. Which leads to unsafe conditions. It seems to me since the woman police Chief they had left. This place started going down hill!!!

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  3. It is currently legal- and common- to have boobs about 90% naked. What difference does the last 10% make?. What’s the big deal about nipples

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