Naked Campaigner Upsets BBC
Steve Gough, a nude rights campaigner, was
prevented from giving a radio interview to host John Peel because
he had entered the BBC offices naked.
Gough (also known as the Naked Rambler) had agreed to discuss
nudism with Peel on his Home Truths show. He had cycled naked
through the Southhampton city centre in freezing weather, five
miles from his home in Eastleigh, and had turned up at the
reception of the BBC.
The staff at the desk had already arranged a name badge for him
when BBC management arrived, told him the interview was off and
ordered him to cover up.
Gough then returned home where he was arrested by police and
released on bail.
In October 2002 Gough was charged with indecent exposure when he
tried to attend a court hearing at Southhampton in the nude. He
had held a sign saying "Being naked is not a crime."
calls off nude interview
orders naked man to cover up for interview
The Naked Rambler
- the most notorious nudist in Britain
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