Peru asks people to stop getting undressed

While visiting Machu Picchu in Peru, there is a possibility that you may see bade butts. Well, these type of incidents are haunting Peru officials. According to a leading Peru newspaper, 4 American tourists were confined on 14th March for getting their cloths off and posing for snaps at the site.

Earlier this week, in some incidents, 2 Canadians and 2 Australians were held up for stripping down for snaps at Machu Picchu. The bare-it-all stories followed a 2013 event in which a nude couple was taped by other visitors while streaking across Machu Picchu's grass field and bounding down a stone staircase like a pair of adolescent antelopes.

The website named My Naked Trip features snaps of an Israeli man (Amichay Rab) posing in the buff at places across South America that even includes Machu Picchu. Amichay’s curly and bold poses have won him a long list of followers.

The video and photos have made the rounds on social mediums. Still, the Peruvian officials were not really amused by this incident.

The Ministry of Culture of t he country has criticized the spectacle of naked visitors at Machu Picchu as disrespectful and unfortunate events and it is something that threatens the cultural heritage. Speaking to a news channel, Peru's Ministry of Culture official Alfredo Mormontoy Atayupanqui told that there are places in the world that people can get naked, but not all places are right for getting undressed.