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Would you dine at a restaurant in the nude?

Apparently, more than 30,000 people would. That's how many have signed up for the wait list at The Bunyadi, a clothing-optional pop-up restaurant slated to open in London this June.

Restaurateur Seb Lyall says his social experiment-meets-eatery will challenge participants' assumptions about nudity and what modern society deems “natural.”

The back-to-basics, Pangea-themed restaurant is devoid of artificial colors and chemicals, electric lights and smartphones. Diners are seated on simple wooden stools. The name for the restaurant comes from a Hindi term meaning "fundamental," "base" or "natural."

Read more about it here.


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