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Walker said the guards mistakenly thought he was shooting pornographic material, when he was in fact creating a visual project for his Enki Eyewear company.

'They thought we were shooting porn because they associate any nudity with porn.

'We tried to explain them that we were making art with the highest respect for Egyptian culture, but they could not see a connection between nudity and art.

'In their eyes it was porn, or something like that.'In the end, Papen and Walker managed to stay out of trouble by bribing them with .

And even though the pair said they were aware of the cultural, political and religious differences between Egypt and the West when it comes to nudity, the adventure ended differently than they both expected.

Early in their trip during the first photoshoot near the famous pyramids of Giza, the two got into trouble.

Papen said: 'I knew that a prison in Egypt looks slightly different then in Belgium or any Westernised country but I had no idea what to expect before actually going in.'The first cell we encountered was packed with at least 20 men, some were passed out on the floor, some were squeezing their hands through the rails, some were bleeding and yelling.

'Otherwise we would be screwed, big time.'The Egyptian police officers did not believe the two when they told them they were 'just testing the light' and 'did not take any pictures yet'.

They reportedly bribed a security guard to start the photoshoot when two other men showed up.

Papen said: 'I was suddenly completely awake, like a cold shower at 5am in the morning.

The photos published on the Facebook page “Resounding Cries” were not photos of Egyptian men.

They were in fact photos of Iranian men who took part in a 2009 campaign to denounce the arrest of an Iranian student, Majid Tavakoli, who was accused by the Iranian regime of dressing up like a woman to elude the police.

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