Czech police in the Pardubice region were called to the Lázně Bohdaneč spa resort area on Friday following reports of nudists without face masks in the area
No shirt. No shoes. No pants. No problem.
No face mask? That’s a no-no.
Czech police in the Pardubice region were called to the Lázně Bohdaneč spa resort area on Friday [27 March] following reports of nudists by the lake attracted by the warm weather and bright sun.
But the nudity wasn’t the problem.
“Unfortunately, the sunbathing citizens were in one place in large numbers, and some did not even have a face mask,” Police spokesperson Markéta Janovská wrote on Týdeník Policie.
Naked sunbathing is allowed in the area, but the nudists were in violation of two other regulations currently in place throughout the Czech Republic to slow the spread of coronavirus: the mandatory requirement to wear a face mask in public spaces, and the obligation to not congregate in groups larger than two people.
Original publication 31 March, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 2nd April 2020
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