A Montreal-area town has decided to forbid all nudity in the locker rooms of its municipal pools — a level of discretion that has one man wondering if it doesn’t go too far.
Brossard advised residents in its newsletter this month it wouldn’t allow men or women to walk around naked in their respective locker room and showers.
For now, the penalty is a simple warning. The city says it had to act after being inundated with complaints about nudity in what it considers a public space.
Longtime resident Roland Berard, 67, says he finds the new rule “regressive.”
“I don’t agree with having to cover up in the men’s locker room when I’m changing and when I’m taking a shower,” he said. “I agree to be discreet.”
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