Nude campaign speech
NEW YORK- It's a long way from California to New York but that's where a candidate for San Francisco City Supervisor took his campaign for the right to be nude in public.
George Davis stripped naked in Times Square to protest a public nudity ban passed in San Francisco last year.
He says nudity is a form of expression and after a short speech he walked to where an artist was painting another naked man.
He's been arrested twice for public nudity.
Davis ran for mayor of San Francisco seven-years ago and for city supervisor four years ago.
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