The Georgia Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to criminalize “upskirting,” the sneaking of photos under a person’s clothes. The bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Larry Walker III, R-Perry, filed the bill after a court reversed an upskirting-related conviction in Houston County. The court found such creepy behavior is not technically illegal.
The Georgia Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to criminalize “upskirting,” the sneaking of photos under a person’s clothes. The bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Larry Walker III, R-Perry, filed the bill after a court reversed an upskirting-related conviction in Houston County. The court found such creepy behavior is not technically illegal. mlee@macon.com The Telegraph
The Georgia Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to criminalize “upskirting,” the sneaking of photos under a person’s clothes. The bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Larry Walker III, R-Perry, filed the bill after a court reversed an upskirting-related conviction in Houston County. The court found such creepy behavior is not technically illegal. mlee@macon.com The Telegraph

Georgia Senate moves to ban ‘upskirt’ photography

February 15, 2017 12:02 PM

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