Would you complain if a nude couple walked into a bar?

In Somerset, England, a nude couple walked into a bar, sat down and ordered a meal. It wasn't the first time they had enjoyed lunch in the buff as they've visited at over 500 places completely naked. However this time there was a backlash from the usual Karens.
www.somersetlive.co.uk/.../diners-left-outraged-appalled-naked-8495639

Now in the UK you have a LEGAL right to be naked but many argue a family pub where people are eating isn't an appropriate location.

So who do you back, the nudists exercising their legal rights or the people who complained?
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  • As a nudist, even if it were legal, I'm not going to go nude somewhere where nudity isn't expected or explicitly allowed.

    Social nudity still has quite a bit of stigma attached, and forcing it on others who aren't expecting or consenting to it isn't really nudism, its exhibitionism, regardless of the legal status. There's a few exceptions like using nudity as a form of protest, or the "Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society" in New York that was promoting the fact that toplessness was legal in New York City.

    This could be construed to be similar to the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society but since it involves private establishments that serve food, where other patrons are a somewhat captive audience (in the middle of a meal, waiting to pay, etc), instead of people that were free to move to a different section of the park, and they don't seem to have any messaging organized, I don't think it falls entirely under the umbrella of activism, to me at least.

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  • I'm fine with establishments that post "No shirt. No shoes. No service."

    I would also want the seats sanitized if someone sat on them bare assed naked.

    I assume that people like that are exhibitionists who get a thrill from shocking people and acting entitled. It also seems kind of low class. It would be different if it was a nudist area.

    I'm not a prude. I wouldn't mind seeing a nice looking naked lady. But at least wear some fucking shoes. And I don't want to see some guy's junk. I can imagine certain kinds of gay guys prancing around wagging their asses for attention. Barf.

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  • The question states that in the UK you have a right to be naked. I do not know if that is accurate or not, but if true I guess they are within their legal rights to have a meal in the buff. Just sit on a towel at least.

    Generally, if it were a place that nudity could be expected, like a clothing optional environment then I would support them and probably join them.

    If it is a place that nudity is not expected, and it kind of sounds like this was the circumstances here, then I don't think they should even if it is within their legal right to do so.

    I support and participate in nude and clothing optional activities and locations, but I do not believe that you should be nude where it is offensive to someone. That's just not respectful in my eyes because some people are just not open to nudity.

    • I should have read your post before writing mine. As a fellow nudist/naturist, I agree with you.

  • It depends. If the couple were my age (in their early 20s), look hot and clean shaven across their whole body (by that I mean no facial hair, no armpit hair, no hair on their chest or back, no hair on their arms and legs and definitely no pubes) then I don’t see the problem as long as it’s legal. If it was an older couple who are sagging all over, wrinkly and hairy then hell no, it would put me off my food.

    • Wow, so you think saggy honkers are unsightly? You would be in the minority, according to my independent survey. Maybe time to rethink your bazoomba bias How do you feel about saggy boobs? ↗

    • @BoobSlayer RETHINK!!! Honey, this bitch is gonna look young for the rest of my life! Why do you think I have my cosmetic surgeon on speed dial for!

    • What guys shave all their body hair? Is that some nonbinary thing?

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  • I don't think I'd be complaining if a nude couple walked into a bar! In fact, I'd be all smiles, mesmerized by the sight of those delicious melons, honkers, boobies, and tits. Every one of those chesticles bouncing around would be a tease to my eyes, and I'd be entranced by the beauty of their bazoombas. So no, I wouldn't be complaining at all... I'd be loving every minute of it!

  • Nudists should have the rights there. No one told the complainers to look. People are always worried about what other people are doing instead of themselves. Anymore, people sexualize feet and treat them like a naked body part, so what's a couple more naked body parts, lol.

    We're born naked, why shouldn't we die naked too? That's my philosophy!

  • no its upto them what they wanna do if they wanna walk in nude its there choice

  • No and I wouldn't Gawk either!

  • I feel being naked should be everyone's own choice, and should be just as normal as wearing clothing. After all, you being naked doesn't hurt anyone else. So I am very much in favor of this couple, who are doing a great thing in normalizing nudity; if people see it more often, they will get used to it, and it will become less of an issue.

  • If I were in the uk where it’s legal, I wouldn’t have a problem with it. They are just exercising their rights. At a personal level I like it too. I enjoy being nude myself and would do it more frequently if I could

  • No, I wouldn't complain, but I have to wonder if they're ever concerned about people reaching for their cameras and taking pictures when they do.

  • I back the nudists 100%.

    The sooner that youngsters are made aware of penises, vaginas, and boobs, the sooner that they are attuned to life as it is.

    The awareness of such things is not traumatic, as some would have the world believe, it is completely natural.

  • No lol but i'd problaby leave...

  • No that’s very cool!

  • It wouldn't bother me. I might get naked too :)

  • I mean, look at the shite taking place on the news and a naked body is the height of offense for these peoples.

    Don't expect sympathy from the ultra conservative Yanks on this site who are also terrified of the naked body.

    Adam and Eve eh, if only we hadn't lost our innocence.

  • I back the nudist couple. I think it took a lot of courage to walk into a crowded pub without clothes on. It's a lot more healthy to lived a nudist lifestyle.

  • obviously you can't just do that legal or not

  • This question is not easy at all to answer. I have admiration and respect for the courage of that couple having the guts to just enter naked a random bar or restaurant. On the other hand, if I would in no case be shocked personally, how other customers may react would depend on the type of bar. I guess in nudist camps for instance people would anyway be supposed to walk around naked... Other places than nudist camps may nevertheless appear less appropriate for that kind of "dress" code ;0)

  • I'm in the middle. Go buff if you want, just don't do it infront of children.

    • I agree with this.

    • I agree as well

  • In a place like Hedonism-2 in Jamaica, I'd barely notice.

  • "Legal" doesn't mean it's right.

    I lived in Somerset for a while. Even been to that place.

    I won't be going back there and as far as the people who stayed because they'd already ordered go, if I'd received my food and that happened I'd have left without paying.

    Family atmosphere doesn't mean naked adults wandering around with kids.

  • Not my place, nor do I care.

    Freedom, so also mean freedom from clothing if you chose

  • I wouldn't complain, as long as they put a cloth down on the chairs before they sat down.

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