Unofficial rules of the Nude Olympics and the deal breaker which could see the event canned at Byron, before it’s even approved. FIRST rule of the nudist club is don’t talk about your day job.
That’s one of several unofficial rules in etiquette at the Nude Olympics, an event of about 600 participants annually which organisers hope to hold at Byron Bay in March.
Australian Naturist Federation president Greg Serow said other rules included not taking photos or videos, putting a towel down on a beach chair before you sit on it (for hygiene purposes), no hanky panky, and not using your last name.
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