Metropolis Council members suggest invoice to punish ‘cyber-flashers’

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It’s not that spectacular, pal.

Sending unsolicited soiled footage over a cellphone might quickly be a criminal offense.

Two Metropolis Council members have proposed a invoice that will punish “cyber-flashers” — strangers who air-drop undesirable photographs of their personal components to close by smartphones — and anybody else who sends such disturbing images.

Councilmembers Joe Borelli (R-SI) and Donovan Richards (D-Queens) stated they need to outlaw the unsolicited sharing of penis footage and different comparable photographs, a apply The Publish reported final 12 months was changing into a development.

The proposed invoice would make makes an attempt to harass or harass somebody by sharing unrequested intimate photographs a misdemeanor punishable by as much as a 12 months in jail, a $1,000 high quality or each.