Students took off their clóthes in class in a protest against a new strict dress code at a Hungary university.
They were angered by the new strict rules introduced by the University of Kaposvar’s president.
Even a professor at the arts school took part to protest the code which bans dresses showing too much cleavage and míniskírts.
The target list also excessive makeup and flip-flops as well as unkempt hair and fingernails.
Some of the students undressed down to their underwear, while other seemed to be náked in a video of the protest posted online by a local news site.
Students said they plan to continue their protest and attend classes in flip-flops and beach towels on Monday.
The new dress code was revealed to students in a letter that detailed when attending classes male students need to wear dark suits and shoes, while women must wear a jacket, blouse and trousers.
‘From October 1, there is also no place in the university for miní-skírts, flip-flops, heavy make-up, inappropriate fashion accessories, or unkempt fingernails and hair,’ the letter continued.
The rector did make an allowance for lighter clóthing during warm summer days, prompting some students to make the underwear protest.
‘We were appropriately dressed but the class room was so warm we removed some clóthing as is permitted,’ said one student.
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