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According to the Associated Press, JoAn Karkos, 64, of Lewiston, Maine, got a little upset when she found that the local library actually had an educational book on its shelves called "It's Perfectly Normal," featuring drawings of naked people dealing with issues like masturbation, abstinence and sexually-transmitted infections (STIs).

JoAn thought that was obscene, and filed a complaint with the local police - and in the meantime, so no one else would be sexually educated by this dangerous material, she checked it out of the library and refused to return it.

They charged her with theft; she charged them with obscenity - but the cops said the book didn't even come close to meeting the criteria for an obscenity prosecution, and dismissed her complaint.

No word yet on whether she's planning to return the book and pay the late fees ...







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