Word on the Street: Touching pregnant bellies

A renewed law in Pennsylvania makes it illegal to touch a woman's baby bump without permission, and one mom-to-be there is suing someone who touched

A renewed law in Pennsylvania makes it illegal to touch a woman's baby bump without permission.

A renewed law in Pennsylvania makes it illegal to touch a woman's baby bump without permission. (10/29/13)

THE BRONX - A renewed law in Pennsylvania makes it illegal to touch a woman's baby bump without permission, and one mom-to-be there is suing someone who touched her’s.

News 12 decided to hit the streets to see if Bronx moms would sue if someone touched their pregnant belly.

Most women said family and friends can touch, but that strangers should keep their distance.

Some added that it is an invasion of a mother’s privacy to get too close to her child.

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