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Abercrombie & Fitch Makes An Arse Of Virginia’s Police

by | 3rd, February 2008

buttocks1.jpgTO the Abercrombie & Fitch store in Lynnhaven Mall, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Adam Bernstein, a police spokesman, says that under City Code Section 22.31, it a crime to display “obscene materials in a business that is open to juveniles”.

Black-and-white photographs are being hidden, removed from view. The store’s manager is required to appear in a court of law. The manager was not arrested but faces a fine of up to $2,000 and a year in jail, of convicted.

It is Bernstein’s duty to confirm on th record that one picture depicts three shirtless young men from the back, walking through a field. The man in front appears to be on the point of pulling up his jeans. These jeans seem to have slipped down enough to reveal his upper buttocks.

The other image is of a woman. Her “breast is displayed with her hand covering just the nipple portion,” says Bernstein. “You could still pretty much see the rest of the breast.”

On the beach, women cover up, men tuck vests into Y-fronts. Builders and tradespersons dare not bend over…

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