A new dress code imposed by a university head in southern Hungary has prompted students to strip down to their underwear in protest.
Under the rules imposed on 1 October, women are barred from
wearing mini-skirts and men have to wear dark suits.
The code, announced by Kaposvar University Rector Ferenc Szavai, is aimed at classes and exams.
A group of 10 art school students went topless in class on Thursday to protest at the instructions.
They were joined by their speech instructor who was taking the class.
That could be a bit distracting.