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Thursday, 6 March 2014

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Traci St. Starr is very disappointed at the new upskirt photo ruling.

BOSTON - The state of Massachusetts has just become the first state in the nation to state that the taking of upskirt photographs is legal and picture takers have the right to take their upper thigh shots.

The law states that this is America and in America we have lots of rights that people in other countries such as Cambodia, Bolivia, and Lower Zamgola simply do not have.

The Upskirt Controversy was first brought up by Traci St. Starr, 22, of Boston who works as a pole dancer.

Miss St. Starr says that she rides a city bus to and from work five days a week and revealed that every time she is on the bus her crotch region is subjected to at least 3 to 7 upskirt photos.

She noted that since she always wears very short skirts the photo takers are certainly getting their money's worth so to speak.

Miss St. Starr filed charges against a Mr. Grunski P. Fishfurst, III, 30, who was subsequently was arrested. But now since the state has ruled that what Mr. Fishfurst is doing is perfectly legal he has hired an attorney and, as he put it, he is going to sue the panties off of Miss Traci St. Starr. (Pun intended he noted).

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