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`NAKED GUY’ RECEIVES A SWIFT KICK IN THE PANTS

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A University of California at Berkeley student who regularly comes to school naked will have to dress for class now under a new campus rule.

Andrew Martinez, dubbed the "Naked Guy," has been arrested for nudity three times, but courts dismissed the charges because his behavior didn't qualify as "lewd and lascivious" under California law.Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien issued an edict Wednesday banning public nudity, sexually offensive conduct and indecent exposure at the university.

The new rule does not carry the force of law, but it will allow police to ask people caught naked to leave campus, said Lt. Bill Foley of the campus police. If they refuse to leave, they can be arrested for trespassing.