Hundreds of scantily clad and nude cyclists took to the streets of Lima, in a protest over road safety.
Campaigners say that thousands have been killed on the roads in Peru’s capital city because of reckless driving.
Many of the cyclists painted slogans and signs on their bare skin, reports the BBC.
Reports say the convoy cut off roads along a nearly seven mile route through the main thoroughfares of Lima.
“This is our body. With this, we go out in the streets. We don’t have a car to protect us,” said event organiser Octavio Zegarra.
Between 300 and 500 cyclists are estimated to have taken part in the mobile protest.
by Arthur Furrowfield