||danger from love of ray naked
||Young virgins have been performing the Zulu Royal Reed Dance for centuries wearing nothing but beads and short fringed skirts. But now King Goodwill Zwelithini has told the girls to put on sarongs or traditional undergarments called umuntsha to cover their buttocks. And the King added: "There are times when maidens have to sing and dance and we end up seeing certain private body parts that we're not supposed to see. Locals are said to be fed up of "lascivious" male tourists who "act like paparazzi" and "zoom in on bare flesh with their hi-tech cameras. Zulus say their traditional ceremony is being sullied because of the wrong sort of attention from visitors. Photography at the traditional dances, performed by thousands of virgin girls in Nongoma, northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, is strictly regulated.