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BOSTON (AP) The lawyer for a man arrested after allegedly taking cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway has told the state’s highest court her client’s actions are protected under the First Amendment. Attorney Michelle Menken told the Supreme Judicial Court on Monday that people ‘‘cannot expect privacy’’ in a public place like the subway. An attorney for the state countered that there is ‘‘an understandable expectation’’ of not being photographed under the skirt.

Well when you got a point you got a point. I mean this lawyer is flat right. It’s preposterous for a chick to think she can get away with riding the subway with a dress on and not have dudes taking upskirt pictures of her. Like if I wore a kilt on the Green Line I’d fully expect all those little BU skanks to be sneaking pictures of my junk and I wouldn’t say a peep. Bottomline is if I wasn’t sort of okay with it I would have worn jeans. Same thing goes here. First Amendment city.