Australian Surf Club has banned nudity in showers and locker rooms, leaving people stunned.
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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club in New South Wales, Australia recently banned nudity in the showers and locker rooms, which stunned the public.
According to "CNN" report, swimmer Pantel (Nada Pantle) revealed that the club posted a notice about 3 months ago, advising everyone to shower in swimsuits and wrap their bodies in towels when changing clothes. Recently, she received a warning The letter pointed out that she violated the relevant regulations and may be terminated her membership.
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Pantel disagreed with this statement. She believed that the locker room was used to change clothes. One of the members, Wendy Farley, was also very dissatisfied. She denounced this as a completely retrograde behavior and decided to withdraw from the club.
The relevant regulations of Surf Life Saving Australia (Surf Life Saving Australia) state that members should not shower or change clothes while caring for children, and try to avoid staying in the changing room with minors in one-on-one situations, unless other people are there. field.
Surf Life Saving NSW defended the claim, stressing that the rules were meant to protect children and that the Terrigal Club was simply asking people to wear bathing suits in the shower and use towels when changing. .