BUTT SELFIES: Tourists arrested after baring bottoms at Buddhist temple


Joseph and Travis Dasilva (both 38) were reportedly held by authorities after it was discovered that the men exposed their buttocks at the Wat Arun Buddhist temple, and then shared the photo on Instagram.

The now-deleted account had 14,400 followers.

A gay USA couple were arrested in Thailand after taking photos of themselves exposing their butts at sacred Buddhist temples.

Pol Col Choengron Rimpadee, deputy spokesman of immigration police, said the couple admitted to exposing their back sides and posing for photos at the sacred site, the Bangkok Post reported.

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A local Hillcrest married couple were arrested at Don Mueang airport in Bangkok on Tuesday night.

The spokesman said the pair admitted to taking down their trousers and posing for photos at the temple.

The Dasilvas have been charged with public nudity and fined US$153. "This is a reminder that everyone should have respect for Thai religion and culture".

He said that police are awaiting court approval to charge the pair with computer crimes since the obscene content was posted online, which could lead to a maximum jail term of three years.

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People visiting Buddhist sites in Thailand are expected to dress modestly and signs advise them to cover their shoulders and legs.

However, other Thai government and police officials have told media that the charges could be more serious.

The pair were detained at an airport in the Thai capital on November 28 as they were about to leave the country and fined $150 (£110) for public indecency.

San Diego City Commissioner Nicole Murray-Ramirez says the Dasilvas have reached out to him for assistance and he is speaking to American authorities, according to the San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.

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