"Sexy" is probably not what comes to mind when you think of Easter displays.
Easter might make you think of Easter bunnies, Easter chocolates, Easter egg and egg hunts. Maybe even Jesus Christ rising from the dead.
But if a sexy Easter display of mannequins dressed as bunnies in knee-high stockings and leotards floats your boat, then by all means, have it.
It's a free country, is it not?
But one man's Playboy-themed Easter display really ticked off one of his neighbors, who took it upon herself to destroy the display in front of television cameras. She's now facing charges.
A NJ woman said she was offended by her neighbor’s sexy Easter decorations. Instead of filing a complaint w/the ci… https://t.co/1b85DTUN4h— Andrew Ramos (@Andrew Ramos)1554847175.0
Oh, yeah, here's some more video from earlier that afternoon before the man, identified as Dr. Wayne Gangi, went to City Hall "to take care of this situation."
All that remains of the controversial Easter display. Owner just told me he is “headed to City Hall to take care of… https://t.co/rShUV8phKz— Andrew Ramos (@Andrew Ramos)1554832486.0
There are no laws against decorations like these, but several of Gangi's neighbors had expressed their disgust. The woman seen in the video above thought Gangi was "just crossing the line," citing concerns that the display would be a bad influence on her son, and added:
"I'd like to take them down myself."
So she did.
@AndrewRamosTV @PIX11News Lady acted like she had a toddler she has a 16 year old SON! Ain’t no way he’d be offende… https://t.co/ecyyCSg8kL— Isaac Annan Jr (@Isaac Annan Jr)1554937846.0
@AndrewRamosTV @PIX11News So what has she actually just taught her precious 'good boy' son? That it's okay to break… https://t.co/6VFXO6xUNZ— Flynn Kipling (@Flynn Kipling)1554957807.0
@AndrewRamosTV @PIX11News If the display was offensive to her, she should have filed a complaint with the city. We… https://t.co/4jbTOP8WOn— Susan Clemens (@Susan Clemens)1554938461.0
@AndrewRamosTV @PIX11News She's just jealous of the attention, look at her. You don't have the right to touch it.— No Filter Paul (@No Filter Paul)1554928749.0
@AndrewRamosTV @PIX11News I get it bunny ears ... Easter ... could also be playboy brand like he said Hugh Hefner .… https://t.co/vyrjAAnKN5— Edhillmedia.com (@Edhillmedia.com)1554918516.0
It's clear this wasn't a, shall we say, wise choice?
The fact that the woman did this with news cameras trained on her means any defense she might concoct will be pretty dead in the water from the moment she hops into court.