The court’s intervention comes as eight people from the Andalusian province of Almeria approached the court saying the mandatory nudity law violated their rights. After the local courts rejected the complaint, the complainants decided to approach the Supreme Court. Finally, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the plaintiffs.
The court rejected the claims of the owners of the holiday homes that their community was designed for nudists only and that they were not allowed to be clothed when in the swimming pool and garden. The court observed that forcing those who want to wear clothes to undress is a violation of their rights. The court also observed that these kinds of conditions put mental pressure on the visitors.
The court held that it is not acceptable for vacation homes to become places of mental stress. The Supreme Court held that it was not correct for the lower courts to dismiss the complaints on the conclusion that naturism, which was unanimously accepted by the communities, was to be followed by all.
“In 2017, there were attempts to impose naturism during the holiday season. Security guards were deployed to prevent those who came in clothes. Even those in swimsuits were not allowed in.” Complainants say. “Such conditions violate the complainants’ privacy, freedom of movement and ideas. The holiday home owners must pay 1,000 euros in compensation for the suffering caused to the complainants.” The court clarified.
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