Source Pravda.Ru

Topless elderly ladies scare people on the Black Sea beaches - 9 August, 2004

Romanian police is going to ban ladies over 60 years old to sunbathe at beaches topless. The police states that this “ugly show” distracts tourists.

The police in Constanta County famous with its sand beaches on the Black Sea coast, constantly receives complaints from people having holidays, about elderly ladies who demonstrate their wrinkled breasts to people while sunbathing, with no shame.

”Sunbathing topless has its age restrictions, and elderly ladies ought to understand this”, said Chief of local police Victor Polesku. The policemen patrolling beaches say they are sick and tired of the busts of elderly females who filled the beaches.

”It is always pleasant to see young women sunbathing topless, provided that the women are attractive. But ironically, mainly elderly ladies sunbathe topless. This looks disgusting”, says officer Ionut Polesku patrolling the beach in Constanta.

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