A Georgia Court Has Ruled Sending Unsolicited Dick Pics Is Legal
A Georgia court has determined that a man accused of sending an unsolicited dick pic to a woman did not violate state law by doing so.
Charles Lee Warren was arrested after sending a picture of his penis to his woman and faced up to three years in prison. But, the case was dismissed because Georgia obscenity laws don’t specifically deal with texting (because they were written before the advent of cell phones).
“The specific prohibition is clearly aimed at tangible material that is delivered in a tangible manner… and because appellant did not send anything through the mail, he did not violate this prohibition,” reads the opinion, which overturned a lower court’s decision.
While the state has legislation in the works now to ban undesired, salacious, electronic materials, nothing is currently on the books. So Georgia Bros, dick pic with abandon (please don’t dick pic with abandon).
Also, burying the lede here, but the man had the words “STRONG E nuf 4 A MAN BUT Made 4 A WOMAN” tattooed on his penis.