(Photo by FPG/Getty Images)A flag carrier and two mounted marshalls (riding astride) in a suffragette march through London in support of the Women's Suffrage Bill, June 1910.
If convicted, the most likely penalty is a fine and/or community service rather than a custodial sentence, although indecent exposure can result in a maximum jail term of 24 months, depending on the circumstances.
The case comes hot on the heels of a recent similar judgement, in which a 15-year-old boy was acquitted of sexual assault after he threw his underwear into a lake and stood naked in front of two underage girls.
(Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)The 'Famous Women' Pageant of the Women's Coronation Procession, London, 17 June 1911.
These suffragettes, dressed as notable women from the past, joined in the march and the rally in the Royal Albert Hall.
Just one in every eight women said they have had sex with more than one person at the same time.