Spanish court backs man to walk streets naked
16 February 2023 | 4:25 pm
A Spanish court has ruled in favor of Alejandro Colomar who appealed after being fined for walking naked through the streets of a town in the Valencia region and later tried to attend a court hearing in the nude.
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