If you've ever wanted to have a beer in the buff with your friends, here's your chance.
Stitch Bar in Sydney's CBD is holding a one-off event later this month where you can have a few drinks on a Sunday arvo in the nude.
"Bottoms Up Sydney" is the brainchild of The Young Nudists of Australia (YNA) who created the event after seeing similar ones being held around the world.
"We've seen it happen in France and in the UK and across America and even in Melbourne, so we thought, 'Why not Sydney?'" Matt from YNA told news.com.au.
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Now when most of us think of nudists, we tend to picture, how should we say … slightly older people. But that won't the case at Bottoms Up Sydney, Matt hopes.
"We would love a crowd of young people," he told news.com.au. "They'll get to experience something different and who knows, they may like it and then decide to try a nude beach or something similar in the future."
Like us, you've probably got a few questions about how a starkers Sunday sesh will actually work, such as: Where on earth will I keep my credit card? Thankfully Matt has explained all.
"People who buy a ticket will be advised to wear footwear and to bring a towel with them to sit on," he told news.com.au.
"When they arrive they'll be given a lanyard which will have a plastic pouch on it and they can put their cash and cards in there.
"They'll then head downstairs and into a change room where they can undress and then the bar is open!"
There's also some etiquette that needs to be adhered to at the strictly non-sexual event.
"We're all human beings so everyone looks but don't stare," Matt told news.com.au. "Basically, don't do anything that you wouldn't do if you had your gear on."
Attendees will also get to choose between a green or a red wristband to indicate whether or not they're happy to appear in any photos on the day.
"People may not want to promote where they are and what they're up to, whereas others will," Matt told news.com.au. "So we give them a wristband to make their choice clear."