Taking public UPSKIRT Pictures in Indiana legal loophole

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Posted December 18th, 2009 at 8:21 pm

Want to take or distribute “upskirt” pictures or videos of a young lady in public then grab your camera phone and drive to Indiana. There is a loophole in Indiana’s voyeurism law that does not prohibit individuals from taking videos or upskirt pictures of another person’s private area in public. With camera phones becoming more popular, the ability for people to secretly take photographs of upskirts has dramatically increased. The current law prohibits taking photos of a person without his or her consent in a private place – bath, dressing room, restroom and shower, but provides no protection for public places and does not yet address distribution on the Internet.
However some old fart who’s trying to justify his corn ration is trying to put a lens cover on it all.
State Sen. Tom Wyss from Fort Wayne filed legislation on Tuesday to help protect residents of the U.S. State of Indiana by making it illegal to take or distribute “upskirt” pictures or video of a person in public.
“I felt compelled to author this legislation after hearing public concerns and media reports about a loophole in Indiana’s voyeurism law that doesn’t prohibit individuals from taking video or pictures of another person’s private area in public,” Wyss said. “As camera phones have become more popular, the ability for people to secretly take photographs has dramatically increased.”
If passed, Senate Bill 101 would make taking an inappropriate picture or video a Class ‘A’ misdemeanor – a crime punishable by up to one year in prison. If the person publishes or forwards an image via the Internet the crime becomes a Class ‘D’ felony – punishable by up to three years in prison.
“Voyeurs are taking advantage of new technology to secretly film and photograph unsuspecting victims in compromising positions,” Wyss said. “Some of these opportunists then publish the video or images on Web sites featuring inappropriate shots of women in public places. Advances in technology have made updates to our law a necessity.”
I have to agree. I think these public upskirt pictures are an infringement on a persons privacy. Would anyone welcome pictures on the internet of their nether regions especially if they’ve had an accident such as mushy fart or a huge skid mark in their drawers. I think it would give most girls a cleansing complex, making them doubly sure they wipe there spam fritter and their upright bacon sandwich extra carefully.

These are the sort of Upskirt pictures which should be stopped

If viewing these upskirt pictures you experience a frontal movement then according to society police you should feel some shame, I’m feeling my shame now.
Tip: When taking pictures do not touch the girl with your camera phone because apparently that is classed as ass ault

Public Upskirt White Panties Girl in Office

Public Upskirt White Panties Girl in Office


PUBLIC UPSKIRT in shopping center

PUBLIC UPSKIRT in shopping center


Upskirt taken with camera phone in disco bar

Upskirt taken with camera phone in disco bar


Upskirt and looks like no panties

Upskirt and looks like no panties


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  • Admin
    February 3, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    The Anti upskirt bill on hold until 2011

    Legislation to make taking Peep a Panty or commonly referred to as “upskirt” pictures or video illegal did not receive a hearing this year.

    State Senator Tom Wyss felt compelled to write the bill after he saw News Channel 15′s reports about a loophole in Indiana’s voyeurism law.

    In September, News Channel 15 reported a video store worker in Ashley was accused of taking pictures up a 10-year-old girl’s skirt.

    His cell phone allegedly touched the girl’s leg, so police were only able to arrest him on a battery charge.

    Current Indiana law only bans taking pictures of a person without his or her consent in a private place like a bathroom or dressing room.

    The bill would have made taking “upskirt” pictures anywhere a crime punishable by up to a year in prison.

    However, the bill did not get a hearing this session, because it could have increased costs to the state.

    “Any bill which has the potential to increase costs – no matter the amount – to the state has a fiscal determined by Legislative Services agency which is like the Congressional Budget Office of Congress. Any new felony has the potential of costs for incarceration. This is the first year I have ever had “any amount” be the deciding factor. said Wyss

    “I promise to bring it back again,” added Wyss.

    So keep on a snapping everyone and maybe send me a few pictures

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