If people are so worried about having their asses posted on the internet, perhaps they should be more conscience of how they look when out in public? It just comes down to opinions vs law. You cant tell someone what they are doing is wrong just because it goes against your beliefs... you are entitled to an opinion but you cant push that on someone else as if it were the law. The secret is mind your own business and if you find something offending, turn away... not dictate as if you have every right. Again, what this fellow was doing is not illegal here in the USA. There is no right to privacy when you are out in public and that applies to all ages, sex, race, n creed. Its getting so stupid lately, now banning statues because it offend someone? Judging based on present day norms is just ethnocentric and unjust. Lets go after George Washington for being part of a militia and the signers of the constitution for having slaves when it was a way of life. We cant be so self centered and use peer censorship as if it were the law. Stop making people feel guilty for everything you may not agree with. That has noting to do with respect or ethics. If you want to walk around with your ass hanging out.. feel free to do so, but stop bitching when you see how stupid you look when it gets posted on the internet. BTW the bar example is a different story.. that's on private property, you need permission and thats at the owners discretion. Now if the photographer were shooting from the street into the bar... he is within his rights to do so.... all teh owner can do is shut the door. Now if a woman is topless in public, you have every right to photographer her. Neither one is doing anything illegal and within their rights. You may feel its wrong as her boy friend or husband but too dam bad, then put your shirt back on! Anytime you feel you are right, call the cops n let them decide who is wrong. Perhaps reading the law may clear this nonsense... not political correctness bibles and more opinions. . .