A British backpacker has been banned from Cambodia following a naked motorbike ride.
Crawford Brown, 23, from Oban, Scotland, was jailed for two nights with his fellow pranksters, Catarina Aarnio, 22, and Giancarlo Allocca, 30, before being deported to Thailand.
The graduates were arrested after riding past a police station with no clothes on.
A video captured the moment, showing Catarina, from Finland, sat on the back of Giancarlo's bike.
According to the Mirror, the trio were accused of "violating Cambodia's customs and culture" and "committing pornography".
Crawford has since had a Skype chat with his family, and apologised to his mum.
Speaking to the Daily Record, Neil, 63, said: "We got news of the arrest from our daughter, who heard about it on Facebook.
"We spoke to him on Monday and he was concerned about the upset it's caused his family. He was was very apologetic to his mother. It's a bit embarrassing for us but it was just high jinx.
"He's also sorry about any offence he's caused to the Cambodian people. But he's a good lad who's just overstepped the mark."
Local policaman Chuon Chomkol said he saw then drive past his station in Kandal Province, and that they "looked happy".
But he added: "I can't let foreigners act like this, even if they didn't know the traditions of our country."