“In what he described as public health legislation, Wiener introduced a measure at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting that would require clothing or another ‘barrier’ to be put down on public seats if nudists choose to sit there. Also, if naked people want to go into restaurants, they must cover their ‘genitals, buttocks’ and ‘anal region.'” –From The San Francisco Examiner‘s story about new legislation aimed at preventing nudists from putting their naughty bits in direct contact with public seating. The legislation did not seek to ban nudity in restaurants, however.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on September 8, 2011