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Buns away: Wreck Beach group stumbles in bid for skinny-dipping world record

It’s was a hot and sunny Sunday in Vancouver, but a full moon — or rather, hundreds of them — were on display at Wreck Beach.

Nude bodies are nothing new at Vancouver’s world-famous clothing optional beach, but this weekend the numbers were higher than usual.

That’s because the Wreck Beach Preservation Society, a non-profit group that advocates for the preservation of the beach in its natural state, was hoping to set a world record for most buns in the water.
Unfortunately, they didn’t quite make it.

The current Guinness World Record for largest simultaneous skinny-dip — 2506 people — was just set in June by an Irish group raising money to fight breast cancer.

Wreck Beach Preservation Society chair Judy Williams told Global News that somewhere between 700 and 800 people turned out. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Global News

Original publication July 22, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 17th August 2018

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