Well, this bonkers lot obviously would.
A THOUSAND naked swimmers bared all as they joined the fifth annual Sydney Skinny ocean swim and leapt in the sea with abandon.
The event saw 1,335 swimmers strip off at Cobbler’s Beach today for the “spectator free” session in the water.
It is held at a secluded beach in the Sydney Harbour National Park.
Despite the thrill of nudity being an appeal for some of the attendees there are strict rules about when they can whip off their clothes.
They do not strip off until they are on the sand and when they emerge from the water are handed sarongs to cover up with.
Beachley told Honey9, ahead of the event: “Every single body is welcome. I encourage everyone to jump in the water and feel, not only the freedom of being nude, but also the healing qualities of immersing yourself in nature.”
“Learn to love yourself, learn to love the body you have and learn to love the skin you’re in.”
All the money raised from ticket sales goes to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife.
Last year a calendar featuring naked farm girls caused a sensation in rural communities across Germany.
And a grave digger, the local baker and the town crier might not be the types you’d expect to strip down to their birthday suits – but the “legends of Somerset” bared all for charity.
Not for me, thanks.