When Judy Cox of Utah walked into her local PacSun store with her 18-year-old son, she did not like what she saw. The store featured a display with t-shirts depicting images of scantily clad models in provocative poses, images Cox considered 'indecent' and 'pornographic.'

After complaining about the t-shirts to the store manager, Cox was told that the displays were mandated by the corporate office and would not be taken down. That's when Cox took matters into her own hands. She purchased every last one of the t-shirts in the store. 19 t-shirts priced at about $28 totaling $567.

Though her actions may be considered extreme, Cox hopes her actions will inspire others to make similar stands against what she considers attacks on children.

That's when Cox took matters into her own hands. She purchased every last one of the t-shirts in the store. 19 t-shirts priced at about $28 totaling $567.

"I hope my efforts will inspire others to speak up within their communities," Cox said in an email. "You don't have to purchase $600 worth of T-shirts, but you can express your concerns to businesses and corporations who promote the display of pornography to children."

Cox's ultraconservative Utah community does have laws on the books about public displays of 'explicit sexual material', but authorities have not yet determined if PacSun has crossed that line.

Cox says she plans to return the shirts within the store's 60-day return policy.

[Via Fox News]