A woman in Italy was questioned by police after a mother complained that her two teenage sons were "troubled" by the sight of her naked boobies on the beach. Perhaps "troubled" is the wrong word. How about "turned on"?

Italians love topless sunbathing. And really, why shouldn't they? But despite the fact that topless sunbathing is normal, and it's not against the law in Italy, one mother filed a complaint with police, who came and questioned the woman who was applying sunscreen to her body. According to the Telegraph, the sunbather's lawyer had this to say:

Let's be clear my client is tall, brunette and has an ample breast and is therefore going to naturally be sensuous when she applies cream to her chest.

A police spokesman offered this account:

A patrol was stopped by a mother of two sons who was angry at a topless sunbather and the way she was applying suntan cream.

"She told us that she had asked the woman to cover herself up because her young sons aged 12 and 14, had been admiring the sunbather and they had been troubled by what she was doing.

"The patrol went and took her details and she argued, still topless, that she could so no harm in what she was doing as it was a public beach. We have opened a file on committing an obscene act as we are committed to following the complaint. From what I heard she was very attractive."

Hmm, let's see. The two boys are aged 12 and 14. They saw a tall brunette applying sunscreen to her "ample breasts." They were not "troubled" by this.