1933: U.S. Bikini Laws Chris September 13, 2011 1930-1939, Fashion & beauty 9 CommentsFavourited 1104 times Add to favourites “Policemen measuring Peggy Graves’s swimming costume, to check whether it meets minimum clothing requirements” © SZ Photo / Scherl / Bridgeman Education 9 Responses Necoho September 13, 2011 Can we reintroduce those laws? Reply qka September 13, 2011 Knowing some modern law enforcement “bikini inspectors”*, they’re all perverts. *In New York State, it is legal for women to go topless. Equal rights with men and all that. I live on a lake that is a popular vacation area in the summer. I know some officers of the Sheriff’s marine patrol. Mostly they enforce boating rules, but they do cruise around and watch the shoreline with their high power binoculars. They hope to spot attractive females. When they do, the check for a top. If missing, they’ll move in closer, just to make sure a bottom is present, don’t you know. Reply qka September 13, 2011 OK, that’s odd. My post came up with an avatar that I did not create. (I’m more the non-avatar type person.) Reply qka September 13, 2011 And now it is gone. Weird. Reply Marcus Cogworks October 11, 2011 haha those were the days… Reply Klattu February 22, 2012 F.B.I. Female Body Inspectors Reply Heywood March 18, 2012 I bet both those cops have chubbys. Reply Bill Schillereff April 20, 2012 Yeah, the modern bikinis make me need to repent each time I come back from the beach. LOL Reply Ella March 3, 2014 Wait.. so they’re measuring the distance between the knee and the bottom of the bikini? Being a shorty, I could have gotten away wearing a string Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.