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Thursday, March 28, 2013

The Cover Up, Porn Parody on SF Nudity Ban, NSFW Trailer Released

Posted By on Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 4:15 PM

click to enlarge Supervisor Scott Cox before (and probably after) he gets a blow job - NAKED SWORD
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  • Supervisor Scott Cox before (and probably after) he gets a blow job

As promised, we're keeping our readers abreast of the upcoming release of the much-anticipated porn parody, The Cover Up, which pokes(!) fun of San Francisco's new public nudity ban.

Naked Sword's film, which was shot right here in San Francisco's Castro District, features some rather graphic gay porn scenes starring Supervisor Scott Cox, not to be confused with Supervisor Scott Wiener. But don't worry, we embedded the censored trailer for you, so you can still tool around watching this while on the job.

See Also: Local Porn Stars Shoot Parody Film About S.F. Nudity Ban

The film is part of Naked Sword's Golden Gate Series, and premieres April 3. If you just can't wait, here's the uncensored trailer, and it's definitely not safe for work.


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