Beyond the Pale
Bavarian barmaids typically dress in a costume known as a "dirndl", a dress and apron with a tight, low-cut top whose figure-hugging effect is enhanced by a short white blouse.
Under the EU's Optical Radiation Directive, employers of staff who work outdoors, including those in Bavaria's beer gardens, must ensure they cover up against the risk of sunburn.
Bavarian bar keepers have been told that the dirndl, generally rather revealing, will have to be replaced as it offers no protection against what the directive calls "natural sources of radiation", meaning sunlight.
Oh! There are some things that the EU does that really are going too far, the Germans won't like this, and remember last time what happened when a bunch of unhappy Germans (and an Austrian) had to meet in a Beer Kellar to keep out of the sun.