Yes, you read that right. Thailand, the sex tourism capital of the world is so unsettled by lower cleavage on social media that they’re using a vague 2007 law to keep the wonders of the underboob off the web.
According to The Guardian:
Thailand’s computer crimes act 2007 bans material that causes “damage to the country’s security or causes public panic” or “any obscene computer data which is accessible to the public”.
So in other words, the Thai government thinks underboobs will topple their security forces and cause mass riots.The culture ministry said offenders could face up to five years in jail for the offence.
If you feel like protesting, take some underboob pics and tweet them to @thailand using the #FreeTheUnderBoob hashtag. And for those who don’t want to protest, here’s what 20 years of jail time looks like in glorious underboob picture form.