There's a city in Mexico that's making it illegal for citizens to be naked — inside their own homes.
Officials in the southeastern city of Villahermosa confirm that the city council has adopted a law banning indoor nudity.
A council member who opposes the idea says he's not sure how it'll be enforced.
But a councilwoman who supports it says she's confident that citizens who catch a glimpse of violators while walking past their windows will report them to police — even though the law also threatens jail for peeping Toms.
She describes the law as "zero tolerance" for "a lack of morality."