April 01, 2005 12:00am
Julie Jailed, Jiggles Jugs in Public
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Steve Nelson
(SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, CA) -- In a flagrant disregard for the rule of law, adult industry performers have been jailed for testing some of America's most arcane laws. The first was a public nudity law that prohibits women exposing their breasts in public.
A well-endowed porn couple stood on the sidewalk on Van Nuys Blvd. in front of the courthouse and removed their shirts. When police made it through the crowd of people, after making sure the two rear-end collisions had no casualties, they immediately arrested newcomer "Busty Julie Jiggles" over the protest of her husband, "Rock Hardwood," about 40 onlookers and the traffic on Van Nuys which, by then, had stopped moving. Although he was also shirtless -- and very vocal about it -- Hardwood was totally ignored by the police and onlookers. He was heard to say "Hey! Look at ME you morons! I'm topless too! What am I, invisible?!"
Elsewhere in the San Fernando Valley, a group of students from CSUN who are also part time adult talent walked into the crowded firehouse on Parthenia near Lindley and began to yell "Theater!" None of them was arrested for yelling "theater" in a crowded firehouse. In fact, none of the firemen seemed to get it. The discouraged students then decided to go to the beach instead of going back to class.
In Chatsworth a well-known director of gonzo videos stood on the corner close to his studio and handed out Las Vegas-style religious tracts that depicted Jesus as "Buddy Christ" to test the laws on solicitation. Though he was soliciting for sects, he was only given a ticket for littering and ordered to pick up the flyers which people had dropped on the ground. Later in the day, there were gonzo directors on almost every corner in Chatsworth, all handing out Las Vegas-style flyers and all doing it differently from each other.
More reports are coming in even as this story is being published about talent getting thrown out of libraries for talking while trying to access porn on library computers, about a male performer getting thrown out of Denny's for asking the waitress to reach into his pocket for her "tip" and the young girl being chased down the street for wearing only a sheet stolen from the Devonshire Ramada Inn because she wanted to dress like the Statue of Liberty.
Checking in with the Free Speech Coalition about the status of jailed Julie Jiggles, the person in charge there today reportedly said, "Who?"