Thursday, May 16, 2013


Sam Hatfield and Fiona Skelton bared all beneath Tower Bridge in their campaign to promote nudityTwo Australian 'crusaders without clothes' have stripped off beside some of London's most iconic landmarks in a project to promote nudity. 
Sam Hatfield and Fiona Skelton bared all at Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
They also offered their own interpretation of the iconic image of The Beatles by strolling across the Abbey Road crossing.
The stunts are part of their 'Nakedme' internet project - a 'worldwide crusade' to 'make nudity more acceptable'.

The Australians posed naked outside a number of iconic landmarks including Buckingham PalaceFiona Skelton in a London phone boxThe two nudists beneath the London EyeIt is not the first time the two Australians have stripped-off in public.They rode a scooter across the Sydney Harbour Bridge wearing nothing but helmets, boots and gloves
They also danced naked with commuters on the suspended railway in the picturesque German town of Wuppertal.
In a statement on their website they added: 'By a twist of fate it has become incumbent upon us to lead this final battle for carnal freedom.
Sam Hatfield and Fiona Skelton stroll naked across the Abbey Road crossing made famous by The Beatles The two nudists pose across the River Thames from the Houses of Parliament

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