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Egyptian authorities have launched an investigation after a couple was filmed scaling the Great Pyramid to pose for a nude photograph. He also posted a picture of a man embracing a naked female friend at the top of the m monument, which was built more than 4, years ago. The stunt sparked outrage on Egyptian social media although officials initially claimed that the footage was fake because of the heavy security at the site. It has also been suggested that the area around the pyramids appeared too brightly lit in the video, which was first posted on 5 December. The film, which appears to have been edited and reposted on 8 December, shows the couple climbing to the top of the pyramid before the woman takes off her top.
Watch the full video of the climb below:
It's only the second time I've been naked on one of my pictures," he told the newspaper. Access to the pyramids, just outside of the Egyptian capital Cairo, is closely monitored and controlled in order to try to preserve the ancient structures. When the video and stills first appeared, authorities initially questioned if the stunt was a fake. However, as outrage grew over the weekend, antiquities minister Khaled el-Anany addressed politicians in the Egyptian parliament and called for a full investigation.
IT was the picture that shocked the world this week: two naked people having sex on top of one of Egypt's Great Pyramids. However, isn't the first time daring Andreas has caused a stir with his rude photos taken in far-flung locations. Self-described "urban explorer" Andreas has previously broken trespassing laws by taking naked images of people risking their lives on the top of tall landmarks, from Budapest to the Philippines, sharing them with his 25, Instagram followers. He's admitted his latest Pyramid sex stunt had been planned for many years - and actually took two attempts to pull off. The photographer now claims he wasn't having sex with his companion and has reportedly gone into hiding, despite being previously unrepentant about his 'art'. And I'm not even tall. A post shared by Andreas Hvid andreas. Andreas, 21, from Aarhus, Denmark, says he first began exploring his native city's "hidden places" as a teenager, hunting for interesting things to photograph. Since then, his interest in travelling has taken him and his female friends all over the world, where he has snapped them in several compromising positions. He has broken several laws, including trespassing and breaking and entering, throughout the course of his adventures - although the Pyramid photo is the first one to cause such a stir.