Unfortunately, and to be a bit of a stick in the mud, I'd bet that anyone who wears a set of these in an area with existing rules against toplessness for women will likely be cited for something like "public indecency" or "public display of pornographic material" etc... The logic (not that I subscribe to it) being that wearing screenprinted boobs is no different than whipping out a porno mag and showing it to the kiddies (do porn mags still exist in this era of the internet?).
I've said it here before. I'm a straight guy. I like boobs. I just don't get what all the furor is about. I mean if I saw an attractive lady topless on the beach, my first response would be "heh, nice", then maybe "hey, where's that book that I had a few minutes ago", then likely "hmm. I like iced tea" "it's hot on the sand, maybe I should go in the water"... I guess the point is that I like them (boobs), and they're fun etc..., but why is it such a giganto-fucking big deal if someone whips them out in public? They're tits for god's sake, not venomous snakes. "what about the children?" I'd bet that little kids have seen far more boobs, and more recently than most everyone who's not 1) female and/or 2) currently in a relationship. Is is a judeochristian thing? I ask honestly, not being raised in a judeochristian religion.