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Poll: Should swimwear be banned from public places?
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From everywhere except the beach.
39.13%
9 39.13%
From shops and restaurants.
43.48%
10 43.48%
Don't really care/mind.
4.35%
1 4.35%
No! Swimwear are clothes too.
0%
0 0%
We should be allowed to be naked anywhere.
13.04%
3 13.04%
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Should swimwear be banned from public places?
#1
Is it just me who thinks people in swimwear ,bikinis, and the like, for both men and women should be banned in public places such as restaurants and supermarkets.  ? Bad enough that they walk around town but when having a meal out,I think it is most disrespectful.

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(05-04-2019, 02:25 PM)Emmi Smith Wrote: Is it just me who thinks people in swimwear ,bikinis, and the like, for both men and women should be banned in public places such as restaurants and supermarkets.  ? Bad enough that they walk around town but when having a meal out,I think it is most disrespectful.

If you decide to set up a petition to make it illegal,you will get two votes from us Smile Smile
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(05-04-2019, 02:25 PM)Emmi Smith Wrote: Is it just me who thinks people in swimwear ,bikinis, and the like, for both men and women should be banned in public places such as restaurants and supermarkets.  ? Bad enough that they walk around town but when having a meal out,I think it is most disrespectful.

Emmi, I agree with you, swimwear should be limited to beaches, poolside and sun bathing areas. NOT restaurants shops or bars.
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Thanks for the supportive views on this.  I almost had second thoughts about posting on that topic and was gearing myself up for some "anti human rights abuse" ! LOL. Don't think I'll be starting a petition though, although last week a man in the local supermarket wearing his budgie smugglers ( two sizes too small) nearly got a lecture from me......he certainly got a dirty look though!
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Yeah, I tend to agree as well. Doesn’t have to be a three piece suit 🤣😂 but it easy enough to slip on a pair of shorts & a shirt 😁
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(05-04-2019, 02:31 PM)Johnrgby Wrote:
(05-04-2019, 02:25 PM)Emmi Smith Wrote: Is it just me who thinks people in swimwear ,bikinis, and the like, for both men and women should be banned in public places such as restaurants and supermarkets.  ? Bad enough that they walk around town but when having a meal out,I think it is most disrespectful.

If you decide to set up a petition to make it illegal,you will get two votes from us Smile Smile

And a def TWO votes from us  Smile Smile
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2 votes from the Paddies 😆
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#8
I guess I don't really mind if someone is sitting in the restaurant, having a meal in a swimwear. In the UK we live in the south and this kind of behaviour isn't unusual in the summer months. I wouldn't be (probably) happy about someone completely naked in a local supermarket but that's completely different story anyway. Swim trunks / bikini /mankini - all fine by me.


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(19-04-2019, 09:07 AM)Sam Wrote: I guess I don't really mind if someone is sitting in the restaurant, having a meal in a swimwear. In the UK we live in the south and this kind of behaviour isn't unusual in the summer months. I wouldn't be (probably) happy about someone completely naked in a local supermarket but that's completely different story anyway. Swim trunks / bikini /mankini - all fine by me.


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Maybe in a beach cafe Sam but not in a restaurant in town.

Personally, I hate to see blokes walking around town shirtless (usually carrying the t-shirt in their hand) especially when they a beer gut.
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#10
Sad 
They always seem to sit opposite me with their legs open. Put's me right off my bangers and mash.
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