Around 1,000 people from around the world gathered in Australia last week to take part in the annual Nude Olympics.No clothing was allowed on Maslin Beach, Adelaide, but participants were told they could leave their hats on.The event was originally scheduled for January 21 but was postponed because of stormy weather.However temperatures soared to 36 degrees, making it a perfect day for the Olympic activities.One of the organisers said: "The most popular activity for adults is of course Miss Maslin Junior and Miss Maslin Senior and for the males we've got the best bottom competition."Other events included a nude tug of war and a nude sack race.