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World Skinny Dip Record at Rhythm & Vines (CONTAINS NUDITY)

World Skinny Dip Record at Rhythm & Vines (CONTAINS NUDITY)


Story submitted by John S.

On the last day of 2013 a world record has been reached in Gisborne, New Zealand for the biggest amount of people in the in the water at one time with no clothes on. The music video was performed by local musician F n' C.

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The 745 people that joined in were part of a campground event that come every year for the small city's rhythm and vines festival. Gisborne won the title last year with 506 people but lost it to spain during the year with their 729 people involved.

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