last wednesday's chicago daily law bulletin had quite possibly the best headline ever:
Wisconsin court: Nude people still have privacy rights
the content of the article is actually serious and important--a court upheld a law preventing people from surreptitiously videotaping other people without their consent. a court upheld the guilty plea of someone who was having consensual sex with his girlfriend, but videotaped the sex without telling her. the court held [correctly, in my opinion] that even though you're nude around someone else, you still have a reasonable expectation not to be secretly videotaped.
but, important content aside, the headline still presses my giggle button.