European Opera Houses have a tendency to revision classic operas and when they do, they often include a healthy dose of gratuitous nudity, often male nudity. In David McVicar's 2008 Covent Garden production of Salome, based on the Oscar Wilde play, it is Naaman, the Executioner, who drops the Seventh Veil and is stripped naked on stage, while Salome remains clothed in a white slip. In that respect, this production is similar to a 1980s production I saw at the San Francisco Opera House in which Dame Gweneth Jones wore a body suit for her Dance Of The Seven Veils, but throughout the production, the guards wore only G-Strings that fully exposed their luscious buttocks. Duncan Meadows is the naked man on display in the Covent Garden version, which is available on DVD and if you looks really quickly amidst the fake blood, you can catch a glimpse of his floppy cock. The video excerpt is uploaded at the bottom of the feature. Enjoy!