Hundreds of people stri*ped unclad on Sunday at the Tasman Sea so as to break world record for the largest unclad ocean swim.
Over 700 people participated in the second annual Sydney Skinny to protest against body image conformity and also to enjoy a good swim in the scorching heat in Sydney, Australia.
750 people attended last year’s Sydney Skinny which not only promotes a positive body image but also raises money for Australia’s National Parks.
Some had messages painted on their bums, while some slipped out of their towels at the very last minute.
3 swimmers with skinny written on their bum
This is what some of the skinny dippers had to say:
“We are born unclad. who cares who sees your body – be unclad with nature for a great cause. The more the merrier…”
Another wrote on the online event page: ‘I’m quite shy and I have never swam unclad before. But there is no embarrassment – it will be great fun.”
Swimmers reaching for towels afterwards
After the event, the bathers donned their clothes and headed to a festival arena, where there was live music to celebrate their feat.
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