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Do you believe that nakedness is a form of purity?

For three months, people in London will have the opportunity to strip themselves of their clothes, phone and eat together in a cohesive, naked bliss.

The Bunyadi is a pop-up restaurant in London that’ll be opening from June to September. And the best part about this restaurant? People can eat in the nude. In other words, no public indecency offences allowed.

Not only will The Bunyadi be a clothes-free zone, but the restaurant will also prohibit phones, electricity, artificial colouring and gas. And in an attempt to stay away from material objects that pull people away from reality, even the forks will be edible.

It’s tempting to go even if you’re not into the whole naked thing. A paradise-like atmosphere’s set by candles, bamboo, wicker and wooden furniture.

People can choose one of two options at the restaurant: to be “pure” or “clothed.” So if you want to even think about being classified as pure, you’re definitely going to have to be okay with being naked in front of other people.

No pictures are allowed, so if you want to see The Bunyadi in action, you’ll have to sign up and go in person.

The restaurant can only hold 42 people at a time and the wait list is already shooting well over 37,000 people. So you better sign up fast if you want to experience a meal of nothing but nature and dozens of other naked people.