Do Canadians have the right to be naked?
Canadians naked? Does anyone care?
Ordering a double-double in your birthday suit would likely get you arrested under Canadian law – but that could change, if an Ontario man gets his way.
Brian Coldin, a self-described nudist, is fighting criminal charges after being naked at a Tim Hortons and A&W in Bracebridge, Ont. He will appear in court on Tuesday to argue that public nudity should no longer be a criminal offence, according to The Canadian Press.
Under section 174 of the Criminal Code, nudity in a public place - or exposed to the public while on private property - is illegal.
But Mr. Coldin’s lawyers are calling these laws unconstitutional.