Restaurant nudity to be debated in San Francisco
Nudist foodies in San Francisco may soon find themselves forced to cover up.
Public nudity is legal in the Bay Area city, and no one is suggesting that residents will be barred from taking a stroll down the street or a picnic at the park in the buff.
But restaurants may soon be off limits to the unattired, and San Francisco supervisors are also considering codifying a practice that nudists call "normal etiquette" by requiring those who bare it all in public to lay down a cover on public seating before they sit down. Nudists will soon be able to voice their opinions at a meeting of the city supervisors, but they will be required to cover up in City Hall, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.