A new wave of nude beach photos have emerged, bringing the total number of nudist sites to at least 3,000 across the country.
A new report says nudist beaches are popping up across the United States, with nearly 2,000 sites in New York alone.
And now, ABC News has learned that many of those beaches are actually illegal, with authorities warning that they are a growing threat to public health and safety.
Here are some of the highlights from the “What You Gotta Get When …
Throw Them all Into The …” report: A New York woman was arrested after allegedly posting a photo of herself and her boyfriend on a beach in the city.
The man posted it on a social media site and was arrested.
Police said he was convicted of misdemeanor criminal trespass after allegedly filming himself and posting it on social media.
And in North Carolina, a man was arrested and charged after allegedly exposing himself in a public restroom.
The video shows a man’s naked body being covered by a towel, and the video shows the man asking the person who took the photo if he was OK.
Police told ABC News that they have no record of any complaints about the man.
And a Virginia man was charged after police said he took photos and posted them on Facebook and Twitter of himself and his boyfriend on an undisclosed beach in North Charleston, South Carolina.
He was charged with misdemeanor trespassing, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and disorderly conduct.
A man in Tennessee was charged in a case where he allegedly filmed himself exposing himself at a local beach.
The woman and the man were arrested.
In Arizona, a woman was charged by a local sheriff’s office with misdemeanor criminal trespassing after she allegedly posted photos of herself at a nude beach and then posted them online.
The suspect is accused of allegedly filming herself and then posting the videos to social media sites.
He also allegedly filmed her and posted the videos on social security numbers.
A woman in Alabama was charged and released on $5,000 bond after she posted a photo on Facebook of herself, her boyfriend and two other women.
The two women are accused of being the two women who filmed the woman.
In Virginia, a 25-year-old man was cited for trespassing in connection with a July incident on a private beach in Alexandria.
The arrest affidavit said that the woman said she was the woman who filmed her boyfriend, but that she did not know who he was and that she was upset that he did not return her phone call.
And there’s no word yet on whether a third woman has filed a lawsuit against the man or whether she has filed an official complaint.
A Florida woman was also charged in connection to a nude photo she posted on Instagram.
According to the complaint, the woman was walking on the beach and a man came up behind her and began to touch her, but she was able to resist him and continued walking.
The complaint also said the man then turned around and left the beach.
It is unclear whether she was ever arrested.
Here’s a look at the other states where nudist nudist beach photos are popping: • North Carolina: Two men were arrested and released from jail on charges of misdemeanor disorderly conduct after they allegedly posted a video on Facebook.
The charges carry a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a fine of $5.25, the Asheville News & Observer reported.
• South Carolina: A man was also arrested in connection in a nude video that was posted on Facebook by his girlfriend.
• Texas: A woman was indicted on misdemeanor trespass after she was charged for allegedly taking a photo in a restroom and posting the video to Instagram.
• Washington: A North Carolina woman was convicted on misdemeanor charges of criminal trespass and disorderly intoxication after she took a photo while on a public beach.
A judge later ordered her to perform community service.
• Colorado: A person was charged last month with felony criminal trespass in connection a nude selfie posted on the social media platform Snapchat.
A Snapchat user posted the selfie on a picture of himself holding a camera.
The judge ordered him to stay away from the beach, the Denver Post reported.