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Monday, May 12, 2014

Help Wanted: Craigslist Ad Seeks Nude Males for Bay to Breakers

Posted By on Mon, May 12, 2014 at 3:12 PM

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Public nudity is banned in San Francisco, but some dude on Craigslist hopes you'll join him this Sunday at Bay to Breakers in order to freely exercise the exception to the rule.

According to the law, public nudity is permissible at "appropriate venues" including Bay to Breakers and the Folsom Street Fair. So, if you're comfortable in the buff, reply to the ad.

Here's what you need to know, in case you somehow missed the announcement in the "men seeking men" classifieds, he is 5-foot-10, has an athletic build, is 37years old, and is single. You must be male, in shape and ready to run full monty with a pack of overly-enthused guys.

For most, it'll be no different from their college heyday, so, be bold and relive the glory with a new batch of friends. No judgements here and, yes, ass slaps are expected. #Teamwork.

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