There's nothing inherently wrong with naturists strutting about naked, but it becomes a legitimate problem when it impinges on people's everyday lives, writes Jennifer O'Connell.
There was a time when I might have struggled to imagine a context - any context whatsoever - in which I'd be delighted to see a slightly overweight, middle-aged man running towards me, wearing nothing but a tiny pair of black Speedos.
That time came to an end last Wednesday morning, on one of south Dublin's loveliest stretches of beach. And now, I fear I may never be able to take a skimpy piece of...
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