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Bathing suit bans at the beach

Should bathing suits be banned in restaurants and shops on beach boardwalks?  Right now it’s a little known law in Asbury Park, New Jersey that makes it illegal for bar and restaurant patrons from wearing them, and one person is trying to make sure it gets enforced.  Eyewitness News wants to know what you think.  Post your comments (below) and they could appear on Eyewitness News.



just wear a cover up when leaving beach area teeshirt for guys bathing suite looks like shorts now days, cover up dress like for girls & women. (NO PROBLEM)

Shanard Seabrooks

That is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard of in my life, I Sure Don't want to see anybody naked!


I don't think they should be banned from the boardwalk if you are going into a resturant you should be dressed properly but if your walking the boardwalk I don't see a problem wearing a swim suit

Carol M

As long as you have some type of cover-up over the bathing suit, and the patron isn't covered in sand,it should be allowed. After all, it is a beach community.

Joe X

If THAT person gets indigestion from eating while seeing someone in a Speedo or bikini, they can go to church camp instead. Eye candy is one reasaon why people go to the beach.

Morshu The Shopkeeper

Absolutely unconstitutional in this day of age, why revive a law that was proven ineffective decades ago? Why would you want your beach to be "classy" & force your personal preferences on every beach goer there? I would understand if it only affected the restaurants, but not the entire boardwalk itself.

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