Erotic photo shoot in a coal mine outraged Polish authorities

The Polish authorities were outraged by an erotic photo shoot at the country’s most profitable coal mine, Bogdanka. The newspaper Wyborcza writes about this.

“Bogdanka was not informed about the controversial nature of the photo shoot. “Bogdanka does not and will not create or promote calendars containing nude photographs of women,” the publication quotes a statement from the mine’s management.

As it became known, the photo shoot was carried out by the mine contractor, who initially received permission to film BIZON tractors underground. However, after some time, photographs of naked models taken at a depth of 960 meters appeared on the internal communicators of Bogdanka workers. Mine employees sent the photo to Polish Sejm deputy Marta Wcislo.

“At first I thought it was some kind of joke, but it turned out not,” she commented on the situation on her Facebook page (the social network is banned in Russia; it belongs to the company Meta, which is recognized as extremist and banned in the Russian Federation). Under the publication, users left angry comments “Shame” and “Sexism in its purest form.”

Earlier it was reported that a photographer from the United States decided to draw attention to the problem of homeless people and released erotic calendars with them. Every year she finds 12 homeless men who are willing to pose for shirtless photographs.