Spanish city to fine those who go naked in public
The fines are for those who refuse to obey minimum public dressing standards.
Barcelona: Police in the northeastern Spanish city of Barcelona will fine people who go out in public naked or semi-nude.
The fines range from EUR 120 to 500 (USD 170-700) and will be imposed on people who refuse to adhere to the generally acceptable minimum public dressing standards.
Sources told EFE that a modified ordinance entered into force on Sunday after a period of 15 days, during which time public announcements have been made and other methods employed to disseminate the news among the population of Barcelona.
With that in mind, the Barcelona City Hall published 15,000 brochures containing information about the ordinance governing nudity and distributed it.