Australian Surf Swim Club Members Shocked by Ban on Nudity in Changing Rooms and Showers | CNN

An Australian surf lifesaving club has found itself at the center of a controversy following its implementation of a no-nudity policy in showers and changing rooms.

Ocean swimmer Nada Pantle, who regularly uses the changing rooms after a morning swim in Terrigal, New South Wales, said she was sent a letter warning that she had breached Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club’s nudity policy, CNN affiliate 7News reports.

A sign in the club advises users to “shower in your swimming costume and change with your towel around you.” Another swimmer told the BBC that the sign appeared “probably three months ago.”

The letter sent to Pantle reads: “The board has advised members that nudity is not acceptable as per the Child Safe Policy.”

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