Principal defends nude student video

Nov. 23, 2010 at 1:50 PM

STROMMA, Sweden, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- A Swedish high school principal said he sees "nothing wrong" with a video featuring nude students at a farm.

Peter Gustavsson Natural Resource Use Program high school in Stromma, defended the video of nude students riding tractors and performing other farm duties on school grounds, The Local reported Tuesday.

The video, which ensures no genitals or female nipples actually ever appear on screen, was created by the students as a promotion for their annual cabaret night.

"This kind of thing happens all the time," Gustavsson said. "There's nothing wrong with being naked. That's still allowed."

"I think the film is rather nice, actually. No one is drunk; there is no alcohol, no drugs. It's just a bunch of naked kids having fun," Gustavsson said.

He said all of the involved students graduated in 2009 and would have been 18 or 19-years-old at the time it was filmed.

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