Onlookers at Jellie Park got an unexpected strip show from a Catholic school's new-entrants class. A mother who was at the Christchurch City Council-run aquatic centre in Burnside on Tuesday complained to Jellie Park staff, and the St Bernadette's Primary School class was told to use the changing-rooms in future. The mother, who did not want to be named, said she was appalled by the school's actions. That's what they're there for.
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Swimmers have been banned from showering naked at their local pool - in case they offend children. Bathers have been told to keep their swimming costumes on while using the showers following complaints from local schools that pupils were offended by 'open nudity' and needed 'a certain amount of privacy. Swimmers who regularly use the Torridge Pool in Northam, Devon, described the rule as 'health and safety gone mad. Local councillor Hugh Bone said the decision was 'ridiculous' and vowed to fight the ban by continuining to showering in the nude. Grandfather-of-four Hugh said: 'This surely is ridiculous. People should not believe that we are all perverts. One mother-of-two added: 'We all want our children to be safe but this a step too far. I don't think we should teach them that nudity is something to be ashamed of. This strikes me as health and safety gone mad. The lido is used by 13 primary and junior schools in the area who have exclusive use of the pool at certain times of the week.
So I was listening to the radio this morning and this mother was had her 3yr old daughter topless at the public pool, the staff asked her to out a top on the little girl, and she had a fit.. Comments from original poster 1 Comments from original poster 1 Load more Comment advertisement Comments 45 BabyCenter may earn a commission from shopping links. If she was completely naked, I could see it being an issue, but without a top, who cares? I wouldn't personally let my 3 year old go to a public pool without a top, and I dont see it as being worthy of a fit. But I dont' think the pool should be having a fit either. She's three - plus maybe something happened to the top of her suit and the mom just had to roll with it. Honestly if the mom doesn't care her kid is topless and the kid doesn't care then nobody else should. How is it hurting anyone? I would keep a top on my child in public as not to make anyone uncomfortable. In private, like a backyard pool, I see no issue.
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