Australian youths detained at Machu Picchu for embracing nude photo shoot trend

Two more Australian youths were detained by police overnight after they were caught embracing wholeheartedly the ancient new trend for unabashed nudity at the ancient Peruvian citadel Machu Picchu.
Despite – or because of – recent concerted efforts made by the Peruvian Culture Ministry to curb a spate recent naked “crimes against culture” on penalty of expulsion from Machu Picchu, the two Australians, aged 22 and 24, using a camcorder and two Canadians using iPhones shed their polar fleeces and unbecoming cargo pants to partake of a nude photo shoot; throwing their shame, caution and regard for the sacrosanctity of a time-honoured peoples’ cultural heritage site to the sweet Andean wind.
The men, like their salchichas (a sausage in Peru) were then detained for “several hours”.

Reports AFP: “it is not immediately clear if the four men acted together, separately or individually” – if their naked hijinks were as elaborately choreographed as Magic Mike or if they were merely a serendipitous moment of united nudity converging at a perfect apex somewhere above the clouds.

via The ABC

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One Comment on “Australian youths detained at Machu Picchu for embracing nude photo shoot trend”

  1. Calen
    March 25, 2014 at 12:29 am #

    “… a serendipitous moment of united nudity converging at a perfect apex somewhere above the clouds.”

    Poetry is where one finds it.

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