In a shocking but interesting to read, Paris has opened a restaurant where people are asked to leave their clothes in the wordrobe before entering in the dinning room.
The eatery which is named O'naturel is situated at southwest Paris and is French capital's first nudist eatery.
The idea of making money behind this belongs to the brainchild of 42-year-old twins Mike and Stephane Saada.
“People only get to be nudists in the summer,” explained Stephane.
“We’re in the heart of Paris and we’re eating naked. It’s a little surreal,” said Yves Leclerc, the president of the French Naturist Federation, sitting at one of the restaurant’s 20 tables. “It’s like when we’re on holiday, but it’s even better,” he said, lamenting that at home, in Leucate on the southwest coast, “I have to put my clothes on to go to a restaurant.”
The restaurant seats 40 guests and dinner costs around €30. A country known for its laissez-faire attitude to nudity, France already boasts stacks of beaches, campsites and pool that can be enjoyed being nude.
Paris has opened its first-ever naked restaurants where diners can bare all while tucking into dinner.