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December 9, 2021

Problems of lying naked on the beach

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There are 25,414 registered voters in the Byron Shire local government area (LGA) who are responsible for electing a...

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Byron Shire Council elections still being counted

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Andrew Hall, Ocean Shores

I enjoyed the letters and article last week on the problems of lying naked on the beach at the Shire’s clothing-optional beaches.

Apart from sunburn, the main problem seems to be too many creepy middle-aged men (where do the creepy middle-aged women go?)

Here is a simple solution: make all the Shire’s beaches clothing optional. Outnumber the creeps, drag them into public scrutiny. That would make them pitiful and hilarious. Families would be safe again. For every problem there is a simple solution…


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