When Karen Davis ticked off one of the items on her bucket list, she never expected the story it created would land her in trouble with the law. But now, over two months later the infamous stunt has been noticed by SA police who are charging her with ‘disorderly conduct’
Although not sexually motivated, the harmless prank is being treated like any other public display of nudity would be. Davis admits that she felt liberated after the Google car has passed. She told the Adelaide advertiser:
“I used to be ashamed of my bust size and now I’ve accepted it and I embrace it.
“It’s a set of boobs and they show them on TV, you know what I mean?”
I’ve taken the initiative to hunt down Karen’s photograph and unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your viewpoint) her voluptuous figure has been completely blurred out.
If you want to see for yourself, here’s a link to the exact location on Google Maps.
The Project TV show in Australia caught up with Karen a couple of days ago.
Karen says she wanted to give her friend in the UK something “nice to look at” and that it’s important that her actions show her children that they should be proud of their bodies.
Karen says she plans to skydive topless for her 40th birthday, which as one reporter points out, may be “quite dangerous.”
H/T BBC NewsBeat