The Supreme Court has ruled 5-to-4 that you may be strip-searched at any time, for any reason, upon arrest, even if there is no indication that you might be concealing anything dangerous.

Dissenting Justice Stephen G. Breyer pointed out that people might now be strip-searched for “violating a leash law, driving without a license and failing to pay child support.”

This will certainly never be used to humiliate mass groups of people who are arrested but not charged, such as protestors.