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Paris' First Nude Restaurant To Shut Its Doors After Just 15 Months

Paris' First Nude Restaurant To Shut Its Doors After Just 15 Months

A Paris restaurant called O'Naturel, which catered to nudists, is closing its doors after only a year.

When O'Naturel first opened in 2017, the hope was its success would prove there was a rise in France of naturism.

Naturists believe in the beauty of the human form. As The Naturist Society says:

"At TNSF we take the issue of body acceptance seriously. We view the nude human form for what it is: a gift of nature, dignified and worthy of respect, regardless of shape, size, age or hue."

The owners of O'Naturel, Mike and Stephane Saada, hoped diners would leave their clothes and inhibitions at the door, but unfortunately it wasn't to be.

In a statement they said:

"It is with great regret that we announce the definitive closing of the O'Naturel restaurant on Saturday, February 16, 2019. Thank you for having participated in this adventure by coming to dine at O'Naturel. We will only remember the good times, meeting beautiful people and customers who were delighted to share exceptional moments."

Nudist restaurant opens in Paris - BBC

Guess folks just didn't want their steak tartare with a side of naked.

Don't be shy, tells us how you really feel.

Not many were surprised by the closure.

People also weren't so happy about the suggestion Paris is "nude-friendly" city.

Nudist or not, no one seems to want a naked restaurant.

Guess for now, that means enjoying naked your buttered buns at home.