The Muğla Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office has launched an investigation into those who photographed a detention procedure that included stripping suspected militants of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) naked, according to the Diken news portal.

Seven people were stripped naked with their hands tied on their back before they were detained as part of an investigation into the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), in Turkey’s resort province of Mugla on October 4.

Gendarmerie stopped a car in a rural area upon a complaint that three people suspected of PKK links would carry out terrorist attack on multiple locations in Mugla.

According to unconfirmed media reports, the suspects were stripped off their clothes on suspicion that they were carrying explosives and guns.