#WTF?! A British woman jailed in Malaysia for taking her clothes off on a mountain has returned home. Or as Frank Zappa might advise: "Don't fuck with the mountain, don't fuck around!" In this case rather sacred mountain.
Eleanor Hawkins, 23, from Derbyshire, was one of 10 people who stripped before taking photographs at the peak of Mount Kinabalu on 30 May. Four of them - including Ms Hawkins - got three-day prison sentences for "committing an obscene act in public".
The Telegraph reports she was ushered off her flight by security staff at Heathrow shortly after touching down.
Her prison sentence was back-dated to reflect time already served and she was also fined 5,000 Malaysian ringgit (£860/$1,330) on Friday.
Ms Hawkins has said her behaviour on the mountain - which is considered sacred - was "stupid and disrespectful".
Prosecutors said the 10 tourists climbed the peak on the island of Borneo to enjoy the sunrise and then challenged each other to take off their clothes and pose for photographs.
It caused widespread offence in the region, and Sabah state deputy chief minister Joseph Pairin Kitingan said their "disrespect to the sacred mountain" caused an earthquake.
The magnitude 5.9 earthquake, on June 5, killed 18 people and left hundreds more stranded.
The trio who were jailed alongside Ms Hawkins - Dutch national Dylan Snel, 23, and Canadian siblings Lindsey, 23, and Danielle Peterson, 22 - have all left Borneo.
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