There's a new craze weeping the internet, and you're welcome to try if you're brave enough. You've heard of the cinnamon challenge, the ice bucket challenge and even the tide pod challenge - but have you heard of 'literally just getting your boobs out in a restaurant'? Women across the world have been daring to bare in restaurants and cafes by popping their breasts out of their shirt in full public view and taking photos of themselves. In the saucy snaps, the restaurants are seen to be packed full of diners chowing down and oblivious to the risque show happening right in front of them.
Pictures range from the casual, with low cut tops and nipples just sliiightly peeking out over the top, to people getting their massive funbags out and actually placing them on the table. The photos are only of women, and it's not known if men have been taking part in the craze but we've got our fingers crossed. It's 2018, we should be striving for equality in all avenues. The most fun addition to the heavily-boobed photos is the apparent inclusion of the food on their plate, we understand it gets you more points if you can catch the grub in the image too. Is it safe to expose your nipples that close to molten cheese? I don't think so.
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Exposing your body to the general public seems to be a trend that's not going away, as Paris museum 'Palais de Tokyo' unveieled a new exhibition this month where all the patrons had to undress and could only admire the art when they were butt-ass naked. The dress code was strictly enforced, and 160 people turned up for the guided tour arranged by the Paris Naturists Association. Spokesman Julien Claude-Penegry said: “The naturists' way of life is to be naked. Culture is part of our daily life, and this is a special opportunity. Today, the mentality is changing. Naturists... are pushing past barriers, taboos or mentalities that were obstructive." The group are now planning a naked nightclub for later this year... wonderful.