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The injunction was filed Monday after the state liquor board threatened to stop the sale of alcohol if any women were topless, according to Com Fest attorney Ed Forman.In the City of Columbus, it is legal for men and women to be topless in public places.There are typically two formal nights each week, where men are encouraged to wear tuxedos, dinner jackets or lounge suits, with evening or cocktail dress for the ladies.That said, many people ignored this on our formal evening, and we got the impression that passengers don't feel as governed by the dress code rules as they do on ships that attract a generally older crowd.The 12th ship in the fleet -- and the fourth in MSC's flagship Fantasia Class -- Preziosa is making its mark with all-new facilities that include the longest single-rider body waterslide on the waves, a children's aqua park, an expanded shopping mall and the first two Eataly restaurants at sea.And, it's all coupled with the company's distinctive Mediterranean atmosphere.The Pines Outdoor Club (1972) is a naturist group hidden in an eight acre woodland site the Forest of Dean.

Tanya Butler was at the courthouse, Tuesday morning, ready to testify about why women should be allowed to be topless at Com Fest. Growing up, Andrea Budzey’s only notion of being naked in a social setting was through hearing about so-called nudist colonies. A Canadian photographer has been banned from Facebook after criticism over her photos of naked women posing behind a mannequin.Daywear is casual, and the daily newsletter advises of the dress code options for each evening. A daily service charge is automatically added to shipboard accounts, based on the length of the cruise.For example, on a seven-night Mediterranean cruise, the daily amounts would be €7 () per adult and €3.50 (.50) per child (age 14 and older); they're slightly less for longer cruises.No service charge is applied to children younger than 14.Passengers can ask for gratuities to be added at the time of booking and, conversely, if they are dissatisfied with the onboard service, they can ask for them to be removed by contacting the Guest Relations Manager.