Clothes free for a cause -streak for tigers report – J Harding

I just wish I could have been there!

Formerly clothes free life visit our new home

As I mentioned in my previous column, August was the month I took on the ZSL London Zoo’s Streak for Tigers. Being a naturist, the idea of running around a famous London space sans clothing was an opportunity too good to pass up and had I discovered the event in enough time last year I’d be entering the 2015 streak as an experienced campaigner.
It’s for a very good cause. There are just 300 Sumatrian Tigers left in the wild, and London Zoo have a number of them; the streaks have raised upwards of £130,000 towards their care and their conservation. The collective noun for tigers are a streak, and the circuit the streakers follow is a mere 300 yards to represent the dwindling numbers.

IMG_5902It cost £20 to register; this pays for the infrastructure, and the registration costs of conducting the event, held on Thursday 13th August 2015. By…

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