Another day, another nudity scandal.
This time, though, it's at a place you wouldn't expect: a restaurant.
Apparently, the Cruise Bar in Sydney thought it would be a good idea to serve fruit on naked women's bodies.
Unsurpisingly, people weren't too thrilled — not only because of the implied sexism, but because of the hygienic violations that come with serving food on a person's naked body.
Pretty gross, right?
Social media, of course, exploded with negative reactions:
People weren't too thrilled with the spectacle.
Here are the flicks from the #CruiseBar launch last night with a nude ladies draped in food.... #NOPE pic.twitter.com/Zw9dEomNoX — Dan and Maz (@DanAndMaz) August 26, 2015
I, for one, have a lot of questions.
Surely, at some point, someone puts their hand up and says, serving fruit off topless women may not be the greatest idea... #CruiseBar — Jedi (@TheRealJedi) August 27, 2015
Like what did the woman-platters think of the drama?
This is the display tonight at the Sydney Overseas Passenger Terminal Cruise Bar - unacceptable. #destroythejoint pic.twitter.com/aasWBgSQO2 — Melanie James (@melanie_james) August 26, 2015
And did people still eat the nude food?
So many questions. Not enough answers.
No one was forced to do anything.There were near equal male/ female models.A good night @CoralieAlison @CollectiveShout @CruiseBarSydney — Matt de Groot (@mattdegroot_) August 26, 2015