Thessaloniki: Half-naked UKAs do exercise in New Paralia – passers-by are speechless

On the morning of Wednesday, October 26, more than 30 UKAs did their exercise at Nea Paralia in Thessaloniki, who made their presence felt among the crowd of people who were enjoying their walk at that time.

As reported by GRTimes, starting from the height of the Music Hall, they reached the port of the city, standing out with their presence, among other things for the fact that they did not wear a T-shirt but were half-naked, while the run was done in rhythm and with the team to be lined up.

There were many citizens who looked puzzled at the unusual sight, which nevertheless comes as a result of the large presence of military personnel in the city, in view of the military parade on October 28.

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