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13 activities that you can do naked in public without breaking the law

Over 40,000 people have signed up to get a seat at London’s first ever naked restaurant, but don’t panic if you didn’t snag a ticket.

There are plenty of other public venues where taking your clothes off is completely appropriate, and even encouraged.
We’ve compiled a list of activities, including world-renowned festivals, exercise classes, holiday attractions, and protests, where it’s absolutely OK to be fully nude.

Below, 13 things you can do undressed:

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curator’s note Interesting stoics for this set of clothes free activities, though they won’t all be everyone’s cup of tea

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