Malaysian police have arrested a year-old Chinese national in connection with a set of viral nude photos allegedly taken on a tropical island off the coast of the diving haven of Semporna in the prudish Sabah state. State criminal investigation department chief Datuk Salehhudin Abdul Rahman said that the suspect, a dive instructor, was identified in the set of photos featuring naked men and topless women posing in the shallow waters of the beach. The photos featured 10 tourists, 6 men and 4 women.
A Chinese national has been arrested in connection to series of viral photos featuring tourists stripping down on a Malaysian beach in the coastal town of Semporna. According to The Malay Mail Online, the unnamed man, who was identified from photos posted onlineis a diving instructor who caters to Chinese tourists. The photos circulating online features a group of 13 tourists.
Tourist under fire for stripping down and taking photos. A Chinese national has been arrested in connection to series of viral photos featuring tourists stripping down on a Malaysian beach in the coastal town of Semporna. The photos circulating online features a group of 13 tourists.
China 'paying attention' to Sabah report of nude Chinese. Its Foreign Ministry said the embassy in Kuala Lumpur was paying attention to the development. A spokesman said China has been "continuously educating and asking its citizens to behave in a civilised manner when visiting other countries.
Another week, another set of amusing images provided by a group of Chinese tourists visiting Malaysia where the group posed butt naked respectively topless on a secluded beach. The incident happened at a popular diving area in Sabah, Malaysia. A very traditional region where tourists got into trouble before for taking nude pictures.
Pic shows: Ayoung woman stripped off to wash herself in a bathroom. Thailand says it is planning to produce a short two-minute animated video in Chinese to be shown to visitors about how to behave after anger when a young woman stripped off to wash herself in a bathroom. But outside of red light areas society in Thailand takes a dim view of nudity, which is generally frowned upon in Thai culture.
In a move to allow Chinese visitors to Thailand to enjoy their trip without offending Thai people, Thai officials are set to release a two minute animated video in Chinese explaining the nations attitude towards nudity. The recent image of a woman going topless in a public rest room at Don Mueang airport, that went viral, has caused outcry. Public nudity is strictly forbidden in Thailand, and considered offensive even in areas such as public rest rooms.
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