This editorial appeared in The Tri-City Herald.
Fear of a full frontal protest by residents seems to have bundled up and trashed a proposed nudity ban in Seattle parks.
The city's Parks and Recreation Department served notice last week that going nude in public parks could result in criminal prosecution.
That was Thursday.
On Friday, the Parks Commission told the Parks Department to forget it – zip it up. That was after a crowd of protesters showed up at the commission meeting.
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