A 23-year-old guy in Florida is facing obscenity charges for refusing to remove a bumper sticker that proclaimed his love for a very specific backdoor sexual act. Now he claims his right to free speech was violated.
A local news station in West Palm Beach described what the sticker said by using the term "sexual appetite."
A Columbia County Sheriff's Office report says 23-year-old Dillon Shane Webb was arrested Sunday and charged with misdemeanor counts of violating Florida's obscenity law and resisting an officer without violence.
It says a deputy stopped Webb in Lake City because of a sticker crudely describing a sexual appetite. The deputy initially cited Webb for obscenity with a notice to appear in court.
Officials say the deputy told Webb to alter the sticker to change the derogatory part but Webb refused, citing his First Amendment free speech rights. The deputy then charged Webb with resisting and took him to jail.
Is only crime was being honest about his appetite.