Seasons Streakings!

Public nudity: more specifically, the act of disrobing in front of tens of thousands of live spectators, and possibly millions of viewers in the comfort of their own home, more commonly known as Streaking. Is it offensive or hilarious, naughty fun or indecent violation?
This past September, I had the opportunity to attend one of the great traditions of Alberta, the regular CFL (Canadian Football League) Labor Day Classic, a yearly meeting of hated rivals the Calgary Stampeders and the Edmonton Eskimos. Besides the joy of 35,000 rabid fans and crisp summer afternoon air, there is one other tradition which accompanies the classic; The Labor Day Streak. This particular year, we were honored, nay, blessed to be granted not one, but rather 7 streakers. Five actually made the field, and put on quite the show, while two other unfortunate souls only made it over the railings.
I did not think much of it, until I came across this gem of an international article today, covering the history of streaking, including a fantastically descriptive slide show. If you love the naked show, or despise it, if you have 15 seconds to pursue “Birthday Suits and 15 Seconds of Infamy”, it is a show you don’t want to miss.

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~ by maffersalmon on November 29, 2007.

4 Responses to “Seasons Streakings!”

  1. That was a pretty awesome slideshow. I love that they described the one streaker as “cold.”

  2. I think i love the cricket player the best. seriously….. that could hurt 🙂

  3. How would you like to be the security guard at the CFL game that had to tackle the naked guy around the waist? *shudder*

  4. that guy in black suit….near the girl in black suit…:)))))

    is so much alike TOM CRUISE………hahahaahah :))))))))))))))))))))

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