A family in Rahway, New Jersey was ordered by police to cover up their nude snow woman after a neighbor complained. Maria Conneran added a bikini top and skirt to satisfy scandalized neighbors.
The snow woman seems perfectly innocent to me unless there were rumors of snow lap dances or suggestive flaking. Clearly, these neighbors need to keep their children out of any museum if this is too suggestive.
The family actually did an awesome job. Our snow woman this season looked like a cross between Bella Abzug and a traffic cone.
Sgt. Dominick Sforza was dispatched to carry out the distasteful task. However, warming temperatures later melted away the controversy.
26 thoughts on “Venus de Malum: Police Order New Jersey Family Cover Up Nude Snowwoman”
“Just to get serious for a moment, the police violated the First Amendment. They should be sued, if only to get a judge to explain it to them.”
I totally agree but here’s the rub. Unless you’re a lawyer it costs time and money to sue and most of us don’t have the deep pockets to finance it. The law and our rights have become the province of those people or institutions who can afford it. It is a dilemma that gives lie to the idea of equal justice under the law, which simply doesn’t exist.
Is it still to breathe?
the neighbors can’t see daylight from having the heads up their butts. if a kid did that he/she should be in art class.
Just to get serious for a moment, the police violated the First Amendment. They should be sued, if only to get a judge to explain it to them.
Mr. ed is from Arkansas its perfectly legal.
The original Venus de Milo is covered just below the hips.
This snow-statue was about as anatomically detailed as a store mannequin. It sure didn’t present any “What’s that mommy?” questions. If it had been of more detail, or in an indecent pose, I might understand the fuss.
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