If you happen to be an exhibitionist, the Happiest Place on Earth just got a little happier -- 'cause Disney is dropping their last line of defense against roller-coaster boobie flashers. It's all over rides like Splash Mountain -- aka Flash Mountain -- where some people would whip out certain body parts in the hopes that the park camera would catch the nudity Disney had created "image screening positions" to prevent the XXX shots from going public. But now, execs have told the OC Register the screeners have been "redeployed" -- and that they no longer need to monitor the rides because "actual inappropriate behaviors by guests are rare. But before you run out and bare all, Disney claims they're still going to patrol the park for flashers Got a tip? TMZ Live.
Welcome to the Public Nudity Pages
Login or Sign Up. Logging in Remember me. Log in. Forgot password or user name?
This is about me trying to overcome depression and anxiety, won't you come along?
Call it an unexpected consequence of the bad economy: A recent round of staff reductions at Disneyland could result in the return of embarrassing episodes of public nudity at the Happiest Place on Earth. At the time, Disneyland officials blamed a rogue employee for leaking the obscene pictures of topless women onto the Web and instituted tighter photo editing procedures to prevent further breaches. Now, flash forward to Starting in May, the Splash Mountain photo editor positions will be eliminated as part of cost-cutting measures at Disneyland, according to MiceAge columnist Al Lutz. Of course, a lot has changed since The advent of Internet-enabled camera phones means theme park visitors who snap photos of the souvenir pictures on the preview screens can now spread the lewd and obscene images instantly across the Web at the speed of Twitter. Disneyland officials confirmed that Splash Mountain photo screeners would be redeployed to other positions as of May 3. In addition, the current screening system will remain intact to provide the option for management to initiate image monitoring if necessary.
It's entertainment for some, political for others. This site aims to look at the issue of public nakedness. There are a number of organizations who are lobbying to make nudity in public legal. They say that being "clothes free" is a human right and that they should not be arrested for nudity in public. Often these people conduct stunts to draw attention to their cause. One such stunt saw a group of nudists strip off in front of London's law courts.