The California Supreme Court decided to take the fun -- or he horror depending on who you see -- out of beach gazing.
The state's highest court shot shot down a nude beach advocacy group's attempt to revive a motion that would allow them to publicly get sun on the areas where the sun don't shine. The high court refused to hear the group's appeal to reinstate an informal policy of allowing nudity on some state beaches.
Park rangers have traditionally only enforced bans on nude sunbathing when someone else complains.
"Officers will look at all situations from the point of view of
their own discretion, Recreation and Parks Department spokesman Roy Stearns said adding the ban would be enforced but with discretion.
We're not sure how that is different from before. But if you get caught walking around in the buff, know that it is only a misdemeanor that carries the penalty of a fine.
Bay City News contributed to this report.