While the video above meted 3 Months Jail Term for State of Origin Streaker Wati Holmwood, it wasn't only the New Zealand man who was given a sanction.
Facebook also sanctioned the British newspaper, Daily Telegraph, for publishing the photo of Mr Holmwood's streak showing the man's buttocks (photo below, but cropped) and using its image in the most popular social media. It blocked the image from Daily Telegraph's 65,000 followers and referred to its code on use of images, particularly nudity and pornography.
Source: YouTube captured image
Facebook explained, quoted by Daily Telegraph, "We also impose limitations on the display of nudity. We aspire to respect people's right to share content of personal important, whether these are photos of a sculpture like Michaelango's David or family photos of a child breastfeeding."
The same backside was seen by thousands of live audience and millions of people on TV and YouTube, the newspaper pointed out, adding that other naughty images such as selfies are allowed on Facebook.
The Daily Telegraph printed again the image of Mr Holmwood after a Sydney court sentenced the streaker to three months prison term and fined him $2,000 for his behaviour.