But he thinks that a debate will bring out the "wowsers". Nevertheless, Mr Hayter is willing to speak up and say he is against the current "Claytons-style nude beach" which he believes Queensland politicians see as a way of sidestepping the issue.
He said a legalised beach would enable the erection of signage, and allow beachgoers to make an informed decision on their choice of beach style.
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"It's 2014 and time for a public debate," Mr Potts said.
Coolum-based Free Beaches Australia member Mark Hayter couldn't agree more with these men of the law.
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