If you go “full monty” at Saturday’s World Naked Bike Ride in Chicago, you could technically be busted for indecent exposure. But organizers say police don’t seem interested in busting people.
Check your brakes, adjust your seat and take off your clothes.
That’s right, the annual World Naked Bike Ride is returning to Chicago this weekend, making us wonder: How do they get away with that? After all, riders who bare it all could be in violation of Chicago law.
The easy answer, organizers say, is that onlookers and the police don’t seem to be bothered enough to raise a fuss. On-duty Chicago police officers have been a help on the rides, even blocking off intersections so riders could get through.