This was one position Kim Kardashian couldn't get herself out of.
A session of naked yoga appears to have been the final straw in the short marriage of Kim and basketball player Kris Humphries. As depicted on Sunday night's premiere of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Humphries walked in on Kim, Kourtney Kardashian and friends -- who were in various states of undress -- being put through their yoga poses by an instructor wearing nothing but a necklace and dreadlocks.
"That's disgusting," said Humphries when he came upon the scene. "This is so uncomfortable. This is my home. It's so disrespectful."
"You are so immature, I can't take it," said Kim, who remained in her yoga clothes.
Kim and Kris later tried to talk it out.
"I love you so much," Humphries said. "But Mason's playpen is five feet from my room. We got naked dudes here... I just can't get done what I need to get done here in New York. I think I am going to go to Minnesota and train. I got to be ready for the season."
Part of the backstory here is that Mason is the son of Kourtney and boyfriend Scott Disick and Humphries needs to train for his upcoming basketball season.
"I don't really know what to say," Kardashian replied. "We're going to live separate? Like long-distance marriage?"
Leading up to the yoga, Kim seemed to be of the mind-set that the naked session was an outlandish idea.
"I don't know how anyone would even think this is normal," said Kris of the yoga session arranged by Kourtney.
Actually, naked yoga is a growing movement and is referred to as a journey to the true coalescence of body, mind and spirit.
The debut episode of season two of Kourtney and Kim Take New York on E! featured rude behavior and constant bickering by the newlyweds, including an incident when Humphries tried to pick Kim up and stepped on her toe.
"You ruined my whole pedicure," Kim said. "Seriously, my whole toenail just broke in half. It hurts, Kris. You always do this sh*t to me because you're so rough."
For his part, Humphries said he didn't watch the episode, although 3.2 million people did.
"Watching It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," tweeted Humphries Sunday night. "Funny show! What is the best episode?"
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