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    Localism - Sexual Harassment

    I've been hearing rumors of locals using sexual harassment as a form of localism in certain parts of Australia. Instead of using violence or verbal abuse, groups of locals paddle out with speedos and g strings and do deep duck dives in front of the outsiders, sometimes placing their anuses within inches of their faces.

    Does anybody have any insight to this?

    I am deathly of this type of localism

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    You're deathly that they're showing arses instead of kicking them?

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    That's nothing new...I've been doing that for years at my local.

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    Sounds hilarious to me. Very creative approach to non-violent protesting / passive aggressiveness. Has it been working for them? Are the local women doing it too?

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    You mean I shouldn't do that anymore?

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    HAHAHAHA! This reminds me of the scene in Caddyshack where the caddies do a synchronized swim. Good Day Mate!

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    I knew the Australians were good for something!

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    Speedo bandito has worked well many times on a crowded day as an alternative to hostility. Both are effective, yet only one is amusing to bystanders and you cannot be prosecuted for making other surfers "uncomfortable" with your attire.

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    There's always tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Stupido View Post
    Speedo bandito has worked well many times on a crowded day as an alternative to hostility. Both are effective, yet only one is amusing to bystanders and you cannot be prosecuted for making other surfers "uncomfortable" with your attire.
    There might be some sort of law that you can't put your butt in someone's face. I know one thing - if some guy tried to put his butt in my face whether in a speedo or in boardshorts (which is the way a surfer should show up at the beach since surfers look cooler in boardshorts), it would be the last time he did it. I don't care who it is - you're not putting your butt in my face without getting your ass beat. There's no law that protects the man who puts his dirty ass in your face (I could just say I'm protecting myself from disease and sexual harassment). All I would say is be careful and don't put your butt in someone's face - it's an act of aggression that has health risks not to mention psychological damage - and it COULD be construed as an assault. Someone's butt is really ugly, particularly in a speedo. If you put your butt in someone's face, you DO run the risk of prosecution.