I guess it's not quite "Headless Body in Topless Bar," but it's as close as I'm likely to get. At least the story behind this headline is much more pleasant, if almost as baffling.
Police in Asheville, North Carolina, said they had arrested a local "topless advocate" for going pantless during a protest. Molly Rosch apparently confronted a group of protesters who had gathered to show their opposition to a "go topless" rally the week before. (In other words, she was protesting protesters who were protesting an earlier protest.) Rosch, who supports the right of women to go topless, reportedly joined the anti-topless protest and then removed her shirt. Police asked Rosch to leave, but she returned shortly thereafter and began arguing with protesters again. Police finally arrested her after she either took off or dropped her pants "and exposed her lower private parts to the crowd."
The earlier "go topless" rally had been intended to protest the fact that in most cities, it is illegal for women, but not men, to go topless. The rally was held in Asheville even though, according to the report, it is perfectly legal for women to go topless there too.
It is illegal to go pantless almost everywhere.