Nudity on clothing in Pacsun?! Oh, jesus, won't someone please think of the children? Why, yes, actually. Yes they will. And that someone is disgusted mother Judy Cox, who recently salvaged the virgin eyes of children and teens from PacSun's ungodly t-shirts by buying all of them. No, literally, all of them.

A Utah mom was so vehemently appalled at the images of partial nudity on some of the t-shirts at a local PacSun, that she bought out every butt-bearing t-shirts in the store's stock after employees refused to take down their displays.

The mom/ champion of clothing, Judy Cox, was shopping with her 18-year-old son at the mall in ultra-conservative Orem, Utah when she walked past a PacSun display window featuring graphic t-shirts from the company's "Visual" line depicting scantily-clad models. Immediately, she covered the eyes and ears of her near-adult child in attempt to protect his fragile innocence from the searing, morally-destructive images of legs and lingerie.

"The bottom of one woman is completely exposed, uncovered and it's a very provocative pose that she's in," said Judy. "Clearly it was offensive and I was most concerned about the youth and the children that would be viewing this." That's right; if you're not going to think about the children, Judy will do it for you.

So, Judy walked right up to the store's manager and told them to take their butts and boobs and human skin out of the store display, because there were children around who should only be exposed to those devilish things during a confused attempt at hooking up with another virgin around age 28. The store manager very reasonably told her that if she had a complaint, she could forward it on to corporate. But Judy no-likey corporate. So what did Judy do?

Judy bought literally every t-shirt with a human body on it in the store's stock. Her wallet took a $600 hit, but that didn't matter. All that mattered is that the children were property sheltered from reality.

She plans on returning to the store when the shirts come back in stock for more protest-shopping, and will also meet with Orem city attorneys to discuss if the shirts violated the conservative city's code. We hope she'll also be making some sort of morality quilt out of the t-shirts, because if she doesn't do something with those things quick, her son is going to have a field day with the 19 sexy t-shirts that now inhabit his home.

Here are some of the shirts that could have potentially corrupted the children had our girl Judy not stepped in: