One of the lesser-known but fascinating parts of Japanese culture is that of the Ama pearl divers. These women specialised in freediving some 30 feet down into cold water wearing nothing more than a loincloth. Utilising special techniques to hold their breath for up to 2 minutes at a time, they would work for up to 4 hours a day in order to gather abalone, seaweed and other shellfish. The most profitable pursuit however was diving for pearls. Traditionally for Ama, finding a pearl inside an oyster was akin to receiving a large bonus while they went about their ancestral practice of collecting shellfish.
Women sunbathing nude filmed by men with drone in Spain
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By Josh Kirby For Mailonline. In these days of modern technology, it seems that nowhere is safe from prying eyes- not even a private yacht. As reported in El Pais , a group of young women were forced to complain to the police after they noticed a drone flying over them last weekend as they sunbathed naked on a yacht belonging to one of them off the coast of Mallorca in Spain. Noticing that the drone was hovering over their vessel with its red filming light illuminated, they cast around for the possible pilots, and saw another yacht around 20 metres from their own manned by a group of foreign young men. Droning on: Two boatloads of young people were embroiled in a dispute over a drone recently, with a group of young women accusing a group of young men of using one of the contraptions to spy on them as they sunbathed in the nude. When the furious young women ordered them to withdraw the drone, the men simply laughed; they eventually withdrew it after noticing that one of the women was filming proceedings on her mobile phone.
If you're in Europe and you're reading this, there's a big chance that you are sweating your shirt off in a heatwave. For a lot of countries this is pretty bad news, because even though you have lakes and rivers going through most major cities, you're not really allowed to go swim in them, for safety reasons or simply because the authorities are too lazy to supervise that area. In some countries you aren't even allowed to relax on the grass in the parks, which only leaves you with air-conditioned apartments and expensive swimming pool memberships.
It was during his talks with palace insiders that Quinn learned some surprising stories about the Princess of Wales. According to Quinn, Diana used to enjoy sunbathing in the buff in her rooftop garden of Kensington Palace, where she believed the area was safe from hovering helicopters and pesky paparazzi. She used to sunbathe on a flat roof at Kensington Palace.