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indecent exposure

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crime
indecent exposureinˌdecent exˈposure noun [uncountable] law  SCCthe criminal offence of deliberately showing your sex organs in a place where this is likely to offend people
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indecent exposureAmong the categories dropped were battery, narcotics and weapons offenses, grand theft and indecent exposure.But yesterday the newspaper delivery man walked free from Wimbledon Court, South London, after being fined £200 for indecent exposure.Previous convictions: one for indecent exposure, one for indecent assault.An awful lot of indecent exposure used to go on.After all, if you sent her your book, isn't that indecent exposure of a kind?
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