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Naked rambler in jail warning

Posted 15 January 2010
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Naked rambler Stephen Gough - who once walked unclothed from Lands End to John O'Groats - has been told he risks spending the rest of his life in prison if he remains unclothed.

The former Royal Marine was given the stark message by Perth Sheriff Lindsay Foulis when he appeared - naked - in court in the city, having been sent to prison in Perth's jail and being promptly re-arrested when he left the institution at the end of his sentence unclothed.

He was told that such persistent appearances in his birthday suit would lead to him being sent back behind bars each time, meaning he would end up permanently incarcerated.

Despite his lack of attire, footage of Mr Gough showed that even he still wore men's walking boots when undertaking his trek from one end of Britain to the other.

Men wishing not to emulate Mr Gough's streaking lifestyle or eat prison food may wish to find some men's outdoor clothing at their nearest Go Outdoors store.

Wearing good outdoor clothing is "really important" in the current old weather, chief executive of the Outdoor Industries Association Louise Ramsay said this week.

Posted by Brandon Egley