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The group explained that due to the hot weather they encountered on their journey, they often found it more comfortable to row in the nude, with one of the naked rowing sessions unexpectedly making it on to national TV.
Ironically, Ms Butter had been the most uncertain about stripping off in front of her team mates, saying she was “the last one to embrace my nakedness”.
Explaining the mistake, Holmes said it was a symbol used to ask producers to switch cameras and blamed the accident on the way the interview was filmed.
The BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull had viewers spitting out their cornflakes this morning after swearing on live TV.
Following in the tradition of Warwick's men's rowing team, who have been selling naked calendars since 2009, the women's rowing team shot their first nude calendar in 2013 to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support -- creating quite a splash.
Now the girls have returned and a teasing image is getting everyone hot under the collar. Sorry for the lack of post recently we have been very busy shooting for 2018!!!
“The photos are no different from the holiday snaps of men and women that appear on everyone’s Facebook feeds." After receiving hundreds of messages from supporters of the Warwick team, Facebook overturned the ban on the page early Friday morning.
A post on the updated page reads: We are so pleased that our tasteful nude calendar which we all are proud to be a part of is has rightfully removed its label of being pornographic, explicit and a violation of the terms of facebook and we thank each and every one of you for your part in it!
"We have worked hard to create a tasteful and artistic calendar in which the girls bodies are strategically covered," rower Frankie Salzano told Huff Post.
"The photographs we feel are an accurate representation of an athletic female body, something to be celebrated and not shunned, especially because there are Facebook pages that are degrading to the female form." “All of the girls are strategically covered up and our calendar has been praised for [that]," recent Warwick graduate Hettie Reed told Huff Post UK.