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Nude girls gone wild at Pasa Pasa parties

Nude girls gone wild at Pasa Pasa parties

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Commissioner of Police Keith Miller has launched an investigation into reports that young women, some of them teenagers, are dancing nude at bloc-o style parties, dubbed ‘Pasa Pasa’, across the island.{{more}}

In St.Vincent and the Grenadines, it is illegal to be naked in public.

SEARCHLIGHT conducting its own investigation discovered that as recently as last month, a young lady was filmed dancing nude on stage at a nightclub in Biabou. We also learned that similar acts take place at parties in Brighton, where young ladies stripped and danced in their underwear.

Commissioner Miller, in an interview with SEARCHLIGHT, disclosed that after receiving calls from members of the public, the police have launched an investigation into the matter.

“We have placed a team of officers on the ground and that team involves both male and female officers because we are told that women are involved,” said Miller.

He said so far members of the Rapid Response Unit (RRU) have not seen any nude instances at the events. However, the police have video tape footage of one of the alleged nude scenes.

“So we are working on it….We have officers ready to make (an) arrest if anyone is caught in the act,” said Miller.

According to Director of Public Prosecutions Colin Williams, if found guilty of indecent exposure, a person can be sentenced to a maximum of three months imprisonment.

The Pasa Pasa parties have been stirring much debate across St.Vincent and the Grenadines as some persons argue that nude dancing should be allowed in the clubs, while others believe that since St. Vincent and the Grenadines is considered a Christian society, such activities should be banned.

Prominent local televangelist Pastor George Frederick, in an interview with SEARCHLIGHT, said he is not aware of the incidents, but he condemns such actions if they are happening. He further stated that if he has proof, he would not be afraid to speak out against such acts.

Pastor Frederick noted that he still considers St. Vincent and the Grenadines to be a Christian society, and acknowledged that although we are all flawed, we should try to maintain our standards because some types of actions subliminally affect people and lead to additional negative effects in later years.

Pasa Pasa is a weekly street party that originated in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2003, before spreading throughout the Caribbean, and even regions such as Panama.

Grenada’s Education Minister, Claris Charles, called for a ban of the dance in that country in 2006.

Earlier this year, the Grenada Government asked to meet the so called Passa Passa queens, a group of girls accused of lewd behaviour in public.

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