nudists in Ireland threatened with arrest

Wexford nudists threatened with arrest if they bare all on beach again

Nudists in County Wexford have been threatened, by local politicians, with arrest if they turn up naked on local beaches again, despite the fact that no complaints were received from the public.

On Sunday afternoon a group of nudists set up camp on Curracloe beach carrying their backpacks and picnic. No members of the public asked them to leave, according to a spokesperson for the Irish Naturist Association (INA).

Despite this fact Wexford’s Mayor, Councilor Ger McCarthy, told the Wexford People newspaper “If I went naked on the streets of Wexford, I would get arrested…it’s against the law to go naked in a public place.”

The Mayor did say that despite the legal issues he was sure he could find a more isolated spot for the naturists to gather, in Wexford, along the county’s 155.3 miles of coastline.

read more – Source: Irish Central

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  1. casuallybuff says:

    Bigotry rules! Unreasonable self-opinionated officials continue to be the scourge of naturism. Oh, and naturists don’t normally (WNBR excepted) want to appear naked on the streets of Wexford, or any other town or city. A place for everything…

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