The Australian state of Victoria, scandalized by the sight of bare buttocks, has banned the practice of displaying them. No buts!
First-time offenders face up to two months in jail while repeat offenders could spend six months behind bars.
The amendment was one of more than 50 crimes included in an overhaul of sexual offence laws.
The updated legislation has been designed, in part, to separate pranks involving nudity from acts of sexual exposure.
The Summary Offences Act states that "behaviour that is indecent offensive or insulting includes behaviour that involves a person exposing (to any extent) the person's anal or genital region".
Also banned, according to the BBC, was the singing of "obscene ballads."