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Latest Fails Funny News Awesome. Pop Culture. Life Hacks. Published March 20, Naked tourism is on the rise, and Peruvian officials are not happy about it. Four Americans, two Canadians, and two Austrailians were recently detained for stripping down to their birthday suits and taking photos at Machu Picchu and they're not the only ones engaging in such behavior.
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Peru to tourists: 'Stop getting naked at Machu Picchu!'
Peru Wants Everyone to Stop Getting Naked at Machu Picchu | The Mary Sue
By Carol Driver for MailOnline. Tourists getting naked at one of Peru's most iconic cultural sites are facing a crackdown by authorities. The move to step up surveillance at Machu Picchu comes after videos and photos were posted online of foreigners stripping off and streaking across the Incan ruins, prompting a response from the Ministry of Culture. Last year, two Antipodeans - an year-old Australian and year-old New Zealander - were detained by guards for baring their backsides at the citadel. Scroll down to watch video warning, contains nudity Sacred streakers: A tourist filmed the man and women running naked through Machu Picchu.
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Peru Pleads Tourists: Stop Getting Naked at Machu Picchu
Peru to tourists: 'Stop getting naked at Machu Picchu! Facebook Twitter Email. Watch out for bare butts when traveling in Machu Picchu -- incidents of "naked tourism" at the 15th-century Inca citadel are on the rise, and getting under the skin of Peru officials. According to the Peruvian Times , four American tourists were detained on March 14 for getting naked and posing for photos at the site.
This browser is no longer supported. It may have begun with a video that was posted on YouTube. While tourists may find it humorous, the authorities are not laughing. The latest arrests occurred on Friday when authorities detained four US citizens for taking pictures of themselves in the mountains overlooking Machu Picchu. Their cameras were confiscated, and the memory cards were erased.