In Devon, England, John Wood had taken his wife out for a romantic anniversary dinner at the waterfront River Exe Café when they got the shock of their lives. They looked out the window to see several naked passengers waving at them from a passing ship. Turns out the passing cruise liner was the Torbay Sun Club's annual Nude Cruise, where nudists set sail with nothing but their "personal luggage" - whatever that means. Wood told reporters, "My wife and I were having a lovely anniversary dinner at the River Exe café when we caught sight of a boat full of naked people traveling slowly." Reaction in the restaurant was mostly of amusement, though some were rather disgusted. (Oddely News)
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