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Tourists deported after taking nude pics at Angkor
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Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — "What's going on with the tourists lately? That's likely the question going through the minds of officials at Cambodia 's Angkor Archeological Park, which has experienced a string of nudity-related incidents this year. Last Friday, U. The duo were charged with trafficking pornography and exposing sexual body parts. The sisters' criminal faux pas took place on the heels two other incidents involving tourists who couldn't keep their clothes on. Three French tourists were deported earlier this month for allegedly posing for nude pictures in another temple at the World Heritage Site.
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