Facing the street one can clearly see the crack on one's naked butt, nearly at eye level. Children riding by on a bicycle or in a car are likely to see something they didn't expect.
Similarly, facing the sidewalk are women's breasts, and although made of cement, or similar material, it is not done in an abstract way requiring some imagination, but instead in a very realistic way.
Frankly, if found inside a museum, or out of sight of children, may be ok, where one has a choice. But on the street and on the sidewalk, one does NOT have a choice. Personally, I feel it is inappropriate and should be removed at their earliest convenience.
In every Municipal Ordinance, there are standards of what is right and wrong. There are standards of decency. A public area should carry a higher standard than a private area. Did the City allow this, or did the restaurant owner do it on their own?
Your thoughts welcome.... (particularly if you have children).