''When I walked in, everyone had their clothes on,'' said a city Supervisor, Leland Y. Yee, one of many public officials who have been protesting their innocence.
Mr. Yee, a new member of the board, said he had concluded that there were indeed limits, even to the tolerance of this famously tolerant city. ''Bloodletting and public urination are lines you just don't cross,'' he said.
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