Monday, July 11, 2016

Residents Outraged When Three Women Strip Down to Their Swimsuits to Cool Off in 400-Year Old Fontana dell'Acqua Paola in Rome

I'm sure it was fun, but it's not a public swimming pool, heh.

The city’s extensive network of baroque fountains are cherished by Romans as some of the architectural highlights of the Italian capital.

Anyone leaping into the fountains faces a fine of up to 200 Euros (£170).