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Obviously, this has to be done within reason, but a crop top and shorts is a pretty standard pairing, right? Well. Not necessarily. Watch below:
One woman named Casey was hit with an indecent exposure ticket for this very combination - despite the fact that it was a warm day.
She later took to TikTok, under the username @kazzi112, to explain how the seemingly innocuous combo landed her a ticket in Winnfield, Louisiana.
“You see my outfit,” she said, showing it off. “I got a f***ing ticket for indecent exposure in Winnfield, Louisiana… All of my bits are covered.”
“Alcohol was being handed out for free,” she said of the event she attended, which was advertised as being family-friendly.
“Three female cops came up to me and gave me a f***ing ticket,” Casey said.
"I live a mile down the road, they literally could have just been like, ‘Hey ma’am, can you put some clothes on?,’ and I would have been like, ‘Yeah, cool. I’ll be right back.’”
“But they stood there and gave me a f***ing ticket’ for indecent exposure, are you kidding me?” she added.
Reacting to the TikTok, which has been viewed over 2.9 million times, one viewer wrote: “Don't pay it. Go to court and have the outfit on [sic].”
A second added: “you're wearing your 14 yr olds clothes [sic].”
“They wanted to humiliate,” remarked a third while another speculated: “Those cops were just jealous… smh. I think you look beautiful [sic].”
Casey subsequently added in the comments section that it took 'a lot' for her to find the confidence to wear the summer outfit as it not her typical choice of clothing.
She went on to post another video where she explained that she did offer to go home and change into something else, but the officers at the event insisted on charging her.
Casey said that she was ultimately left embarrassed by the incident.
Louisiana State Law on 'sexual misconduct; indecent viewing, visual recording, or broadcasting' states that it applies to anyone who “intentionally exposes, in an indecent manner, the genitalia, anus, buttocks, or female areola or nipple is guilty of indecent exposure and shall be punished as a court-martial may direct”.
The state of Louisiana classes indecent exposure as a felony and Casey said that she will be contesting the charge.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@kazzi112
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