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Police have no chill about people looking to 'moon' parliament

There's been quite the 'big deal' made over recent changes to the law over 'mooning' (a.k.a. showing your bum) and streaking in Australia. The state of Victoria has specifically cited the two activities in its amendment to the law on sexual offences, even though both actions have been illegal for quite some time. SEE ALSO: Streaking is outlawed some parts of Australia, so here are 6 of the best Nevertheless it's inspired a protest event, posted on Facebook as Moon the Parliament House of Victoria (with signs), which is set to take place on Oct.
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