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No more nude hiking

No more nude hiking

That’s right. The Swiss don’t want to see your cold, bare bottom anymore. Take it somewhere else.

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April 27, 2009 1:46 by



The Swiss district of Appenzell Innerrhoden has voted against nude hiking at an annual meeting in the town square, reports the BBC. Due to the vote, individuals found in the Swiss Alps walking in the buff will be fined $175.

“I think it’s disgraceful,” said one elderly gentleman at the gathering. “God may have created us naked, but he gave us clothes to walk around in.”

“It’s just not right,” said a woman. “Not at all appropriate for our country.”

First of all, Kipp didn’t know people hiked in the nude.  And second, we’re surprised that they did it in the Swiss Alps… it’s cold up there. Really cold.



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