Just for fun.
Surrey Police Constabulary have shared advice to those wishing to sunbathe naked in their garden, apparently three unrelenting weeks of soaring 30 degree temperatures, blue skies and hot sunny days has caused friction between nude garden sunbathers and their neighbours…………………. not with me though, I lay on my lounger in the garden most evenings after work and as of yet 🙂 with no complaints, BUT I am both careful and respectful at all times.
The United Kingdom Police Statement reads.
“If you want to wander around your garden naked and you are overlooked by neighbours then you have to be careful – an Englishman’s home is not quite his castle and your garden is not exempt from the law.
In an ideal world, your relationship with your neighbours would be such that they would not object to you gardening in the buff and they would never dream of calling the police.
In the real world, however, you would be well advised to take some simple precautions, we suggest you sunbathe in one part of the garden that’s screened from view.
You will have to decide whether your desire to be naked in your garden is more important to you than being on friendly terms with those around you, it’s up to you, but it may be best to play it safe if your garden is overlooked by other properties and you’re unsure of where your neighbours stand on nudity.”
So all you nude sunbathers 🙂 now you know!
Reading through seems good and fair legal advice, if you are overlooked by residents or workers! Then nude sunbathing isn’t such a good idea and most definitely NOT at the expense of falling out of favour with one’s good neighbours, btw the one and only photo of my rear. All good clean fun.
I’ll be completely honest with you and say for the first time in my life I understand the pro nudist argument, the feeling of warm sunlight across my body and a gentle cool breeze 😉 is actually rather exhilarating and could become addictive, but as the Police Statement says show respect to your neighbours and nude sunbathing is all good fun and complies with British Law.
One final thought after downloading these photos taken this afternoon, I got to thinking very seldom do I see what I appear like from the rear! Oh and did you see President Trump at Blenheim Palace……………………… I told you he’d visit.
A. Shepherdson 2018