One-hole protest 

One-hole protest
  • ONE-HOLE PROTEST: District Judge Ken Harper, with a faux outhouse on the lawn of Monticello's city hall, protests a "no public restrooms" policy enacted by Mayor Allen Maxwell. The outhouse was placed by the window of Maxwell's office.

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