Norway's broadcaster has made a Norwegian version of "Ticket to the tribes". A Norwegian family goes to a "primitive" tribe in Ecuador to see how they are living. According to Dagbladet, the people in the tribe usually use clothes, but agreed to undress for the cameras. "The waorani never walk around naked anymore - except for tourists and reality shows", anthropologist Laura Rival says.
This is an amazing example of bad taste. Not that I worry about nudity, of course, but it is quite obvious that they are only asked to undress so that they will appear more "primitive" than they really are. (If you don't agree: do you think the opposite scenario is possible: that the tv team would invite a family from Ecuador to Norway, and then pay the Norwegians to go around in the nude?)
(See also Adressa.)