Georgia, Apparently Following North Carolina’s Asinine Lead, Just Passed This Patently Ludicrous Law

Look, no one has ever considered the South to be like California or Oregon or Colorado, and we don’t expect them to be, but they reallyyyy gotta start trying a little harder. Actually, a lot harder. First, North Carolina planted their intolerance flag in the ground with their heinous LGBT law, so Georgia must have thought to themselves, “Sh*t! We better keep up the South’s hot streak of stupidity, so let’s make our own awful law as well!” And in terms of stupidity, Georgia really hit this one out of the park.

According to CBS:

“The Georgia Court of Appeals recently ruled invasion of privacy laws in Georgia do not include sneaking a photo up a woman’s skirt in public. If it is behind closed doors, like a dressing room, bathroom stall, the law protects against it, but if the same type of picture is taken in a supermarket or on the sidewalk, it is legal.”

YUPP. You read that correctly. The year is 2016, and in the great state of Georgia, you can literally walk up to a random lady in Stop & Shop and snap a quick pic of her cooch. Eeeeesh. Come on, South, get it together. You’re making us look bad (again). Even worse is the fact that this farce seems to be a result of not only stupidity but sheer laziness as well:

“In their 6-3 opinion the judges said the flaws are in the wording of the law, and it’s up to state lawmakers to fix it.”

State Senators like Vincent Fort said he is going to jump on this and make sure the law gets corrected at the next legislative session … which will take place NEXT SPRING.

“So we’re going to have six months or so where these creeps can run around doing this stuff,” said Fort.

Yeah, bro, NBD, just 6 months.

Dear Georgia lawmakers, look at this photo, and let it sink in that you’ve allowed this to be legal:

This entire country needs a major reality check f*ckin’ ASAP.

[h/t CBS 46]

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