Some parents from a Cub Scout Pack in San Diego, California had to answer a bunch of really awkward questions and start looking through the phone book for child therapists thanks to a field hike that took them through a beautiful, mountainous coastline and a clothing optional beach.
Black’s Beach is known by locals as the clothing optional beach of choice for their less bashful visitors but whoever organized the trip failed to learn this until they they were standing in the middle of it. Some of the pack’s leaders said they “encountered some individuals who were inappropriately dressed.” We assume that means that they weren’t really dressed at all.
Now we know why they’re always telling scouts to “be prepared.”
Pack leaders said they “quick rerouted” the Cub Scouts away from the nude beach but by then the damage had been done. Council officials said that the pack leader was not punished and noted that they are meeting with parents to discuss the situation to determine if any further action needs to be taken.
Oddly enough, a park ranger who covers the beach area said scouting groups are among the park’s regular attendees and it’s not uncommon to see them on the hiking trails. He also said this is the first complaint he’s received from anyone visiting the beach. However, the “compliments” are pouring in by the truck load.
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