Man Says It's His Constitutional Right To Take 'Upskirt' Photos

A Massachusetts man claims he has the constitutional right to take "upskirt" photos of women in public. Michael Robertson, now 31, was arrested in 2010 after trying to take cellphone photos up women's dresses on the Boston subway, according to the Boston Herald.
www.huffingtonpost.com Published: November 7, 2013
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A Massachusetts man claims he has the constitutional right to take "upskirt" photos of women in public. Michael Robertson, now 31, was arrested in 2010 after trying to take cellphone photos up women's dresses on the Boston subway, according to the Boston Herald.



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