Tourists Detained in Malaysia for Getting Naked on Sacred Mountain

More tourists are in trouble for getting naked for a photo op.
Late last month, 10 tourists stripped down on Mount Kinabalu, a mountain on the island of Borneo, which is shared by the Malaysian state of Sabah. On June 5, a magnitude-5.9 earthquake struck near the mountain, and killed 18 people.
These two events may sound unrelated, but Sabah's indigenous Kadazan Dusun people aren't so sure. Their anger at the naked tourists is so severe that Ronny Cham, a lawyer for four tourists who have been detained, told The Guardian he would like his clients to be kept separate from other inmates. According to Cham, the government plans to charge the four with “causing annoyance by conducting obscene acts in a public place."