Bathing Suit Ban on the Boardwalk [POLL]
If you walk off of the beach onto the boardwalk in your bathing suit, you could be fined in Asbury Park!
A decades-old ban on wearing a bathing suit on the boardwalk is re-surfacing in the Monmouth County city of Asbury Park.
According to NJ.com,
“Louise Murray, chairwoman of the local Republican party, said she no longer sees the law enforced and is worried skimpy attire at the boardwalk’s bars and restaurants is threatening to wipe away Asbury Park’s image as a “classy” Jersey Shore town. So she brought the issue to the city council and lobbied members to crack down on offenders.”
The actual law reads like this,
“No person clad in bathing attire shall be on the boardwalk or the public walks adjacent thereto,” according to NJ.com.
So, what do you think?