Skip to comments.Topless activist to judge: 'You just filed a death sentence against me'
Posted on 08/08/2013 3:07:33 PM PDT by SMGFan
BELMAR A New York City activist on a hunger strike in a Monmouth County jail after refusing to pay fines she received for baring her breasts on a Spring Lake beach, told a judge Thursday that she would rather die than settle up. I refuse to pay a fine for an act that is legal for a man but is illegal for a woman, 33-year-old artist Phoenix Feeley told Spring Lake Municipal Court Judge George Pappas via teleconference from the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in Freehold Township on Thursday morning.
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Sometimes the jokes just write themselves.
Goodness, what a drama queen. I’m betting she goes about 12 hours before she starts nibbling on some carrots or something.
I will say, that she is more attractive than I was expecting. The nose ring has got to go, but she has a pretty face.
Still, what a self-centered drama queen.
We’ll need a better picture than the one with the article to determine guilt or innocence.
Feeley can pay the balance of her fine at any point to get out of jail, Pappas said.
But Feeley said her father would have to do that for her
I’m guessing that she still lives at home and cannot support herself....which means she should be supporting her own breasts
Let her live on sunlight.
What a moron
See what I mean? :P
Phew! Somebody worse than Snookie!
The face is okay, but I can't deliver a guilty/not guilty verdict until I see the goods in question - I mean, what if they're wrinkly hammer t*ts.
Her dad was Touch E. Feeley.
A woman is not a man. To pretend otherwise can get you thrown in jail.
And there you go. Also in the article, I guess its legal to be topless (for women too) at every beach in New York.
She is saggy and gross.
Alright, now that right there was funny.
“I looked her up on google. She is saggy and gross.”
LOL! Could you imagine hearing that somebody thought you were “saggy & gross”?
She might begin to understand that attention-seeking behavior can be a double-edged sword.
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