A New York City performance artist must wait until sundown before he can slather fully nude models in paint.
A Manhattan judge on Thursday said public lewdness charges against Andy Golub will be dismissed, with certain conditions.
His models can still go topless at any hour _ that's legal in New York City.
But they'll have to keep their G-strings on until dusk and he can't be rearrested within six months.
City attorney Gabriel Taussig told the New York Post (http://nyp.st/qBn4wc) that it's a question of protecting minors from the nudity.
The artist was charged in July after having two models take off all their clothes.
Golub told the Daily News (http://nydn.us/qGKVoM) he planned to seek a court order to allow him to resume daylight nude art.
Information from: New York Post, http://www.nypost.com