In other words, no one should ever wear a skirt in public, because they might entice someone into literally kneeling to take pictures of their private parts ... and this goes for little kids, too. Speaking of which, isn't this, you know, child pornography? Not according to the court -- the defense attorney successfully argued that privacy laws ban people from taking clandestine photos in places like bathrooms and such, but this happened in a Target store, so it doesn't count. What about Walmart? Would that be sufficiently bathroom-like for the judge? We'll have to wait for someone to try this there to find out. On the one hand, the judge did say letting the guy go free was "upsetting." On the other, he basically ruled that making kiddie porn is OK, as long as you have the decency to do it in a public place.