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A British woman involved in a naked photoshoot stunt next to cathedral in Italy has been questioned by local police.
Jemma Hopson, 29, was spoken to by officers after her friend sparked outrage by posing naked at the top of the steps of the Amalfi cathedral for an Instagram stunt.
Shocked bystanders reported the risqué photoshoot, while others took snaps of the saucy shoot, taking place in front of the 900 year old religious building.
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It's understood that Canadian would-be influencer Savahnna Cross, 28, was the one who partially stripped – and onlookers believed Ms Hopson was assisting on the photoshoot and reported her to police.
At one stage Savahnna was seen walking bare-bottomed up the steps in the picturesque Italian coastal resort of Amalfi.
Local media outlets said both Jemma and Ms Cross were 'influencers' but MailOnline has reported that the pair were both holidaymakers celebrating a mutual friend's birthday.
Police in Amalfi have confirmed to the MailOnline the pair were "reported" for "obscene acts in a public place" and a local prosecutor will now decide if there is enough evidence for the pair to face a full trial.
If convicted, they could be fined up to 30,000 Euro with the local council also considering a private prosecution against the pair for bringing the town into disrepute.
Jemma and Savahnna, who until recently lived in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, are both now thought to be on their way back to the UK from Italy.
Footage of the photoshoot went viral within minutes of it being posted online on the site of local news outlet Vescovado.
It showed stunned workers and locals looking up the steps to the famous cathedral and filming the scenes that were unfolding before them.
The footage showed the Canadian striking seductive poses in front of the famous bronze doors of the cathedral.
A spokesperson for the local police said: "The pair were questioned and their details taken.
"They were a Canadian woman and a British woman. We have their details on file and the local prosecutor will decide what to do.
"We take matters like this very seriously.
"We have the image of the town of Amalfi to think of – this isn't the sort of tourism and publicity we are looking for."
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