World Naked Bike Ride has arrived in London

 
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City A.M. was live at the Tower Bridge takeoff this afternoon

World Naked Bike Ride has arrived in London – and City A.M. was at the scene, not looking creepy, with a smartphone.

The weather could have been better, but literally tens of people still turned up to take part in the event, an annual protest against oil dependency and car culture, in Tower Hill.

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Parties also set off from North Carriage Drive in Hyde Park, Cumberland Green in Regents Park, Granary Square near King's Cross, Grant Road near Clapham Junction and Knights Hill near West Norwood.

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Those setting off from Tower Bridge are due to meet to other groups at Westminster Bridge this afternoon.

The London event was started in 2004 with 58 participants.

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Participants in Melbourne's bike ride were probably warmer (Source: Getty)

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