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Fans of showing off the backside are going to be disappointed by this news. Mooning has officially been made a crime in Australia.

Getting your bum out in public could get you two months in jail for first offence and six months for a repeat 'mooner'.

But it's not all bad news for Australians, mooning remains legal in the Northern Territory.

Other acts have also been banned including streaking, singing an obscene song and behaving in a riotous, indecent, offensive or insulting manner.


Bums no longer allowed
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