If you're one of the thousands of people who have ever found themselves sat in a restaurant enjoying a beautiful meal thinking 'this would be so much better if I had no clothes on', then London has just the dining gimmick for you.
A new 'pop-up' (of course) called The Bunyadi will open in June and offer diners the horrifying experience of tucking into their dinner while looking at naked strangers and being they themselves, naked.
Founder Seb Lyall – who claimed in 2015 his life had been made 'hell' after his last stunt, setting up an owl café, upset animal rights activists – said in a press release:
"We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities ... and even no clothes if they wish to."
Bamboo partitions and candlelight will apparently be deployed to help patrons save face when the first inevitable waves of regret wash over them.
According to Lyall the experience has already attracted interest from 8,000 people, who are presumably planning to pop along after breakfast at the Cereal Café.