Artist is fined for allowing strangers to touch her naked breast in public

Milo Moire, 37, admitted outraging public decency after promoting her new show Mirror  box.   She allowed passers-by to fondle her for 30 seconds in the performance piece aimed at promoting “women’s rights and sexual equality”.

Wearing a box made of mirrors to cover either her breasts or genitals, volunteers were allowed to reach inside through an opening – after washing their hands with alcohol gel – and cop a feel.
Moire – whose real name is Susanna Pruzina – said: “I am standing here today for women’s rights and sexual self-determination. “Women have a sexuality, just like men have one.
However, women decide for themselves when and how they want to be touched and when they don’t.” But an outraged member of the public called the police after being appalled by her antics in the capital on a Sunday evening.

She was arrested and charged with outraging public decency at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, and was forced to pay a fine of £750, as well as £85 costs and £75 victim compensation. A 55-year-old man was arrested at the same time but later released without charge. 

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