It was early Sunday morning on the Greek Island of Crete. The ouzo was flowing and 17 British tourists, all men, dressed as nuns dropped their drawers and mooned the island.
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A police spokesperson said that they arrested the 17 Brits, who ranged in age from 17 to 65 at the local resort of Malia.
"They were dressed like nuns, carrying crosses, but wearing thongs under their skirts and showing people their bottoms and the rest," said an unnamed police source.
Sister Mary Adonis and her hearty henchmen stood trial still dressed in their nun’s habits, but walked free when no one appeared to testify that their behavior was in any way offensive.
Judge Plutarch released the suspects, who immediately left the courthouse doing Zorba's Dance and went out on another binge.