Cops in Canada seem to be having a hard time deciding whether or not it's legal for women to go topless.
Three sisters in Kitchener, Ontario said they were recently told to put shirts on by a cop during a shirtless bike ride.
Over in Kelowna, B.C. a woman said an RCMP officer told her to cover up at a beach.
Bare breasts are not specifically listed as indecent in Canada's criminal code and court cases in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and B.C. have determined there's nothing offensive about a female nip or two.
But, since cops seem to be having such trouble with it, we've made a handy quiz to test your topless knowledge.
Yes, def illegal.No that's fine.
Do your thing, girl.
Totally illegal.Cool cool.Depends on the general dampness of said sand.
Both legal and good for some exfoliation.
Still illegal.That seems fine.Iffy if snake eyes.
Legal but perhaps impractical.
Call the coppas.Frond away.I will need more information about the palm's subspecies.
It's all good.
Illegal.Cool cool.Illegal due to lack of helmet.
Biking topless is a-okay although helmet regulations vary across Canada. In Ontario, only minors are required to wear them.
Illegal.Legal.Only crullers would be acceptable.
Nips don't make a dif.
Still illegal.You do you, girl.Legal but a waste of Timbits.
It's not for you to judge what someone does with their breasts or their Timbits, ya know.
Indecent!Both legal and colourful.Won't someone please think of the children.