Swiss officials have ordered new “no naked hiking” signs to remind hikers to keep their clothes on.
The tiny Swiss canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden has voted to prohibit the phenomenon of naked hiking. Appenzell had been considered one of the best destinations for such an act, with German nudist groups being the main culprits, however there is now a 200 swiss franc ($180) fine for naked hikers.
The “No Naked Hiking” sign had originally been designed and sent to the Swiss government by a prankster however officials liked the idea and ordered the sign in great numbers.
So these signs and a $200 fine should now bring an end to naked hiking in Appenzell…if walking naked in snowy Switzerland wasn’t punishment enough.
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