"Nothing wrong with a bare bottom"
Ten inhabitants of the West Fjords have complained to the Ísafjörður city council over regulations that guests of the Finnish sauna at the Ísafjörður swimming pool have to wear bathing costumes.
Out of those ten people, seven are Finnish. The sauna is a separate sex sauna.
The group demand of the city authorities, "In the name of culture, cleanliness, society and sacred places," that the sign stipulating the use of bathing costumes be removed."
They also write that a clean, bare bottom is much healthier in a sauna than smelly, chlorine ridden bathing suits. "There's nothing wrong with a bare bottom."