Some folks just want to let it all hang out at a California state park.
Nudists are suing the state following a directive from state officials that they would crack down on those in their birthday suits.
The Naturist Action Committee filed a lawsuit in Orange County Superior Court Wednesday against the State Department of Parks and Recreation. The suit states the agency should have requested public comment before banning nudity at the 1,000-foot beach beginning after Labor Day.
Park officials, however, say they need a ban after complaints from those actually wearing clothing at the beach, which is located behind some cliffs at San Onofre State Beach.
The hearing, where everyone will be required to be dressed, will be held on Aug. 20.
Editor's Take: We don't have a problem with people in their birthday suits, as long as the area is not impacting the rights of families and individuals who do not want to see that kind of thing. Then again, maybe some people wearing swimsuits to the beach should be banned. Some folks just don't know when to say no to the beach.
So what do you think?