The association of mountaineering of Nepal is revolted by obscene behavior of tourists at the top of the Everest. Nepalese authorities demand to put a veto for demonstration of the naked bodies on the highest sacred mountain Everest (8 844 meters).
Such indignation has caused resentment not only in authorities, but also at local inhabitants who honor the Everest as a deity and say, that these mountains are a part of religion of the country and are sacred. Therefore, emergency measures for suppression of a similar disgrace have been accepted, and now it is forbidden to get naked on the highest mountain in the world. This decision has been caused by the case which has occurred in 2006 when the Nepalese climber got naked for some minutes, and then bragged, that he was engaged in nudism at the "roof of the world".
The spring season of ascensions to the Everest has come to the end in June with a series of records, among which present the truly sports achievements and heroic "indecent" eccentricities. The most "silly" has appeared the Dutch known for his walks on the snow and ice wearing shorts, sandals, with a naked torso, subsequently he had to interrupt his mountaineering because of the legs’ frostbite. However the odd fellow has not calmed down and has promised to try again to rise to the Everest in 2008.
Over the last half a century, from the moment of the first of the Everest conquest which has been accomplished on May, 29th, 1953 by sherp Tensing Norgay and New Zealander Edmund Hillary, more than 3500 people have ascended to the Everest on easier, southern slope located in Nepal, or on northern, starting in Tibet. Among the Nepal climbers there is even a joke that at the top of mountain a newly-married couple concluded their marriage union and the following record will be an attempt to give birth at the top.