Japan has been criticised for its bizarre bed-based photography practices, with many complaining of headaches, nausea and dizziness after having their images snapped in the back of their beds.
According to the Daily Mail, the country’s Ministry of Health has been forced to issue an official statement on the issue.
It is alleged that the ministry has decided to ban photos of bed photos taken by those under the age of 17.
According the ministry, it has ordered that photos taken in the beds should be taken under the supervision of a doctor.
The ministry says photos taken during the night should be recorded with a camera mounted on the bed and the bedside table.
The Ministry of Justice has also asked parents to ensure that their children do not photograph their bed for a long period of time.
According a ministry spokesman, the ministry will investigate the issue and decide whether to ban photography.
The spokesman said the ministry is aware of the problem and has already issued a notice on the matter.
The problem is said to be spreading and some parents have been asked to submit pictures of their children with their bed in order to avoid problems.