Toplessness

Topless Kate photos now published in Sweden, Denmark is next

Swedish celebrity magazine Se och Hoer has published pictures of Catherine, the wife of Britain's Prince William, sunbathing topless in a three-page spread that went on sale yesterday.

Thursday, 20 September, 2012, 3:08am

Knickers in a knot over topless foreigner

A two-hour fracas broke out on a beach near Shanghai when a woman insisted on sunbathing topless.

The woman, apparently Chinese-Dutch, picked a quiet beach spot on Monday and removed her bikini top, the news site Eastday.com reported.

11 Sep 2009 - 12:00am

Lau 'unaware' of party guests' antics

Misbehaving guests can be quite a pain when hosting a party. Carina Lau Ka-ling learned that the hard way when she threw a party with her actor husband on Christmas Eve, and photos of some of her guests allegedly taking drugs at the bash later made it onto the cover of a local magazine.

10 Jan 2009 - 12:00am

Topless sunbathers' offensive behaviour

On Easter Monday, as it was a school holiday, I went to Repulse Bay beach with my children.

I saw two Caucasian women sunbathing topless. That didn't bother me much. I was, however, very offended when the two women started walking around the beach with their tops still off. They were standing near many children on what is a public beach.

6 Apr 2002 - 12:00am

Bare chests safe after court rejects harass suit

A woman campaigning against men who flaunt their bare chests in public fought back tears yesterday after failing in a landmark court action to enforce a cover-up.

Cheng Yin-fong claimed topless men commit sexual harassment by shedding their shirts either while working at market stalls or playing sport.

14 May 1999 - 12:00am

Breast ruling triggers media fallout fears

Objections to a photograph of a bare-breasted woman threatened the survival of news photographs in Hong Kong, the High Court heard yesterday.

The Obscene Articles Tribunal attacked the Ming Pao daily for running the photo of a topless customer in an Australian record shop because it was not 'necessary' to illustrate the story.

3 May 1997 - 12:00am

Consulate moves to protect bar girls

THE Philippines Consulate has stepped in to protect a number of its nationals working as bar girls in Hongkong who were not receiving their monthly contract payments by setting up direct debit accounts for them.

Following complaints late last year, the consulate struck a deal with six bar owners controlling about 20 bars in Hongkong.

8 Feb 1993 - 12:00am