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PH officials in Hong Kong reprimand Filipino hikers who showed their butts in photo

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Oct. 17, 19 | 6:41 pm

A group of Filipina hikers photographed showing their buttocks in a Hong Kong mountain now face possible legal actions for their illegal and indecent acts.

Consul Paul Saret of the Philippine Consulate General-Assistance to Nationals (ATN) section in Hong Kong said the women could have been jailed if a complaint was filed against them.

Hong Kong news outlets said the women flashed their butts naked. The Hong Kong consulate demanded explanation from the women.

Filipinos are reminded to avoid doing illegal and indecent acts abroad.

“We told them that they could have been jailed if someone had filed a complaint with the police. What they did was illegal,” Saret explained.

The hikers told officials that they did the photo not to cause scandal.

The photo was taken in a hiking trail in Kowloon.

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