Parents outraged over topless women who collect $10 to take photos with their kids at New York City

27 August 2015 / 1 year 1 month ago

An influx of complaints have surged in as unhappy parents are disgusted about the topless women at New York City's Times Square.

According to Asian Town, the women cover their bodies in paint with patriotic colours and and wear nothing but a thong.

The women usually charge about $10 to take photos with tourists.

Tourists have called them 'inappropriate' and 'offensive'.

However, they are actually not in trouble for being topless -- which is legal in New York City.

Complaints are mostly from parents, whose kids have taken photos with them.

The women were accused of targeting teenage boys and underaged kids.

The number of women at the tourist mecca have doubled in the last year, with about 40 walking around Times Square on the weekends, according to The New York Daily News. 

Odessa Leitch, 38, told the newspaper she was not happy that her 12-year-old son and three-year-old daughter had to witness the same during a recent visit. 

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