It’s still legal to walk the streets of San Francisco while nude, but dropping in somewhere for a bite is now verboten.
The city’s Board of Supervisors has adopted new rules that ban naked people from eating in restaurants, and forces nudists to place a cover on public chairs and benches before they sit down, the San Francisco Examiner reported. Supervisor Scott Wiener, who introduced the legislation, said, “We did hear from folks in the neighborhood that these are actually tangible issues that are happening in the Castro and so the legislation is important for that reason.”
The above-linked Fox News report claims that public nudity is “particularly popular” in the Castro. Uh-huh.