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Monday, 27 September 2010

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A nudist resort in LaBum, France, has angered its faithful residents by allowing swingers to also enjoy holidays at the 4 star dwelling.

The resort called, "Le Nakey Village," opened in 1949 with the intention of liberating people from the oppressions after WWII.

It regularly pulls in half a million guests each summer, with Europe's most prolific nudists and perverts called it, "A wonderful experience."

However, "Le Nakey Village," risks alienating its loyal cliental of nudists, after it recently took the controversial step of allowing swingers to enjoy breaks at the exclusive resort.

"I want to live naked- like an animal- but I don't want to see and hear animalistic behaviour!" Said Mr. Bakksakk, 58, from Berlin.

He continued; "I have stayed at this resort with my wife and mother-in-law every year since 1970. It has been a real pleasure to come here and flop round the place. Now there's people in clothes round the place that get up to all sorts of disgusting activities!"

A spokesman from "Le Nakey Village" responded to the criticism; "There are still plenty of naked activities for our naked guests. The naked shop, naked barbers and naked support groups are still all open for business and the community rules are still enforced by our naked police force. Nothing really has changed. The nudists stick together and the swingers tend to stay with fellow clothed people... although they don't remain clothed for long..."

"Le Nakey Village's" expansion plans don't end with the increased cliental, as they intend to open several resorts in the UK within the next three years.

Bognor Regis, Margate and Blackpool are the prefered choices for the holiday camps which have been dubbed, "Butt-lins" by the press.

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