Is America a little too uptight? Let your hair down and take a look at how America protects itself . . . from itself.
A Tallahassee man known for biking in the tiniest of briefs has been told to cover up, according to the Sun-Sentinel. Richard Irby, 55, was charged with disorderly conduct for showing a little too much while cycling.
A truck with an ad for a Web site that encourages married people to cheat got the boot from the City of Brotherly Love. But the problem doesn’t seem to be the ad for AshleyMadison
.com — the truck is a gas tanker, and it was making people nervous, including the Secret Service.
A Florida judge has struck down a law that barred anyone from wearing extremely low butt-exposing or underwear-exposing pants, calling the ban unconstitutional.
New Jersey lawmakers considered banning the bare-it-all bikini waxing style known as the "Brazilian" after two women were hospitalized with infections following the procedure. They dropped the matter when the state's consumer affairs director said, "the procedure can be safely performed."
The December issue of Playboy's Mexico edition features on its cover the Virgin Mary with nothing but a skimpy towel, and the words "Te Adoramos, Maria," or "We Adore You, Maria," and -- surprise, suprise -- some people were offended.
In a landmark ruling, an Australian man was convicted of possessing child porn on his computer, and the material deemed offensive was an internet cartoon depicting character from The Simpsons.
The town of Ashville, N.C., told Rebecca Willis that residents were shocked by her provocative dance that "[simulated] sexual intercourse with her partner who hunched on the floor." Officials banned her from a local dance hall, she sued, and waltzed out of the courtroom with $275,000.
Were you expecting a topless Laura Ingalls? Not so fast, cowboy. To save money, Universal Pictures decided not to submit a DVD version of the series to state inspection. Now, it's relegated to the part of stores where children are not allowed to go.
Atlanta's Marriage for a Lifetime contest promises $10,000 in prizes to an engaged couple who can refrain from premarital sex. There's only one problem: Nobody has entered.
Anyone who's ever sent a text message knows what "WTF" means, and Colo. authorities have added it to a list of banned license plate letter combinations that includes JAP, WOP, FAG, and KKK.