‘Naked and Scared Challenge’ Shut Down by Police

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SINKING SPRING, PA — Authorities in a small eastern Pennsylvania community have asked organizers of the “Naked and Scared” challenge to keep their clothes on.

Shocktoberfest owner Patrick Konopelski told The Huffington Post he has been asked to not allow customers to participate in the naked walk-through of the haunted house.

The challenge was originally inspired by the Discovery Channel’s hit show “Naked and Afraid.”

Organizers had planned to allow visitors to either go through the haunted house totally nude or with undergarments. The attraction would have taken place at the end of the night after all other customers have gone through the haunted house.

Other Shocktoberfest events will go on as scheduled.

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