Police in Montenegro on July 8 detained three Ukrainian women for taking nude photographs in the middle of the road in the village of Škaljari, Montenegrin daily newspaper Pobjeda reported.
A judge fined the three unidentified women, aged 19-21, 450 euros each for public disturbance.
According to Pobjeda, the women stripped naked and posed on the asphalt, taking photographs and recording 10-minute videos.
Locals began posting videos of the three women watering each other down with a fire hose and dancing next to a fire truck. This caused a stir on social media as many believed the fire department was taking part in the shooting.
Local officials later stated that the firefighters had nothing to do with this incident and that the fire truck was left there to wash the road before an upcoming motor race.
Earlier, a nude photo of three naked women posing in the Old Town in Kotor, a fortified town on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast that is recognized as a UNESCO heritage site, appeared on social media. A short pornographic film was also recorded near the walls of the Old Town.
It is unclear if they were the same three Ukrainian women arrested on July 8.
The film’s announcement, which was published on a popular pornography site, shows a woman taking off her clothes in front of Kotor’s medieval palaces.
Kotor municipal authorities have not yet said whether or not pornographic content can be produced at a protected UNESCO site.
This isn’t the first time this year Ukrainian women have been arrested abroad for lewd behavior.
Earlier this spring, Dubai police arrested 11 Ukrainian women after a high-rise balcony naked photoshoot went viral on social media. All of them were later deported.
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