This city is demanding $125 just to take pictures in public parks

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From Ben Swann:

Security at Nashville Metro parks has been cracking down on a little known regulation that requires all photographers, both professional and amateur, to acquire a $125 permit before taking photos or filming in a public park. Even “selfies”. Darwin Alberto, a local amateur photographer, told WTTV Fox 17 that he was approached by a security guard in Centennial Park this week while taking photographs and asked to register for a permit or cease and desist his photography in the park.

Watch the full report here.

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