Well... at least they "Adam & Eve'd it" and had leaves...
Two nude men on a remote beach along Australia's South Coast were sunbathing when they reportedly were started by a deer, ran into a national park, got lost, and then had to call the police to rescue them!
BUT WAIT - there's more! ... They were then fined for breaking COVID-19 lockdown orders.
7News.com.au reported that after the brief encounter with the deer, they ran into the Royal National Park, then were tracked down on a walking trail after placing an emergency call. One of the men was wearing a backpack and the other was partially clothed.
"Unbelievable," Mick Fuller, the NSW police commissioner, said. "Not only did they require assistance from SES and police to rescue them, they also both received a ticket for $1,000."
The Syndey region in the country has imposed new COVID-19 lockdowns due to the emergence of the Delta variant, and Smh.com.au reported that police there are enforcing the mandate.
The two nude men were hit with the fine disregarding the travel limitations for residents in Syndey.