A plan to liberate Londoners like never before is coming to the city this summer as a new pop-up restaurant has announced it will invite its guests to dine naked.
The Bunyadi is set to open in the capital in June in a location yet to be announced for three months, and is a "secret Pangea-like world" where diners can revisit "the beginning where everything was fresh, free and unaldulterated from the trappings of modern life".
And that's not all: the restaurant said it will be free from phones and electric lights too as it continues on the theme of returning to life's simplicities.
A waiting list of more than 5,000 foodies has already built up as the restaurant's site launched its online sign-up.
But fear not - those who aren't keen on baring all can visit the restaurant in the clothed section, sectioned away from those who are happy to dine nude.