Outrage in Rome after 3 tourists strip down to their bikinis to frolic in 400yr-old fountain (Photos)

Three tourists caused outrage after they stripped down to their bikinis
and cooled off in a 400-year-old fountain to escape the summer heat.
women splashed about in the Fontana dell’Acqua Paola in Rome, leaving
locals fuming at the disrespect for their 17th century monument.Swimming
or washing in the fountain, which was built in 1612 to celebrate the
restoration of an aqueduct, carries a €200 fine, Mailonline reports.

The girls were caught taking their summer-splash by an onlooker who
quickly shared a photo on social media.It is not clear how long they
were in the fountain for or if they were punished for their actions.

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