During the afternoon of last Saturday, about thirty cyclists went out to demonstrate to raise awareness among motorists about their vulnerability in traffic accidents in São Paulo.
However, how they did it was unusual: most were naked, while some preferred to go out in their underwear.
One even went with his body completely painted blue and a shapka on his head, alluding to a worm.
This bike ride, called “Pedalada Pelada”, is the Brazilian version of the worldwide World Naked Bike movement.
“Drivers disrespect us when they honk at us and seem to be telling us: ‘go ahead, or . . .