I seem to recall that a political leader stated recently that small business is the backbone of Australia's prosperity. In Queensland, the proprietor of a strip-tease joint concocted the brilliant idea of a car-wash service carried out by semi-nude women.
Car owner: "I'll just hang around while you're washing my car to make sure you don't run into any problems."
Washerwoman: "Yeah, if you hang around, you might be able to give me a hand."
Car owner: "No sweat. It's so bloody hot, I wouldn't mind a wash job for myself."
Washerwoman: "Yeah, I'll see what we can do. Just hang around."
The service is ecologically correct, since it uses recycled water. Besides, since the washing operations are performed in a closed shed, there's no problem of what is referred to in Australia as "public decency".
In Victorian London, there was an unwritten law that gave citizens the freedom to do almost anything they felt like doing, even if it infringed morality, provided they didn't do their naughty stuff in public, in the streets... "where it might frighten the horses".
That backside vision of the washerwoman astride her stick horse could indeed arouse the senses of nearby beasts.