Women from a small village in Devon have been shedding their clothes for their annual charity calender. Known as The Whimple Wonders, the collection of women having been baring all in festive surroundings for the past three years. The first year saw the group pose for Christmas calendar, the following year, when the snow hit in March , they were inspired to make Christmas cards instead. Among them was Julia Green, 62, who has been involved since the start, and last year was joined by her year-old goddaughter.
Woman Paraded Naked
Village women strip naked for charity calender - Wales Online
A woman was allegedly stripped and forced to walk around naked while her husband was severely beaten up for opposing "local goons" in Andryan village of Jehanabad area in Uttar Pradesh. The couple was allegedly made to go through the ordeal by Shanti Swarup and his associates on June 24 after they objected to trees being uprooted from their fields and damaging of their hut by the accused, police said. The couple along with some villagers had staged a protest on Friday outside the Jehanabad police station. Thank you for subscribing to our daily newsletter. Rajasthan Guv reviews Raj Bhawan security ahead of Cong protest tomorrow. New study on coronavirus molecules may lead to drug development.
Woman paraded naked, husband thrashed in UP
A man caught in a compromising position with a married woman was forced to strip and then paraded naked in a village in Agra district. The video of the incident has gone viral on social media. According to reports, the man has two wives and three children and was having an affair with another married woman in the village. The woman's brother-in-law caught the two in an intimate position on Tuesday.
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