Trope Workshop:Time to Streak
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As one knows about the act of streaking (running around naked), yet there has been cases when someone goes for it for whatever reasons. This can be on purpose as a prank or dare, but it can also by accident, i.e. when clothes are missing for some reason. Some streakers can chose to show off their whole bodies while others opts for a Hand or Object Underwear often if by accident. This can also by the case in the event of Scenery Censor, where it's left up to the viewers.
Don't Try This At Home as it can become a problem with the law.
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- In the second Rush Hour film, Hong Kong Police Force Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) and LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) are forced to run in rush hour traffic, with only newspapers covering them up.
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- Many Planet Dolan True Stories contains cases where redditors even engaged or witnessing a random case of someone in the nude.
- Just in case you don't know, streaking was a fad in the United States (and elsewhere) during the 1970s, leading to the Ray Stevens song cited above.
- In 1974, a man named Robert Opel managed to get backstage at the Academy Awards and ran nude across the stage behind actor David Niven as he was about to introduce Elizabeth Taylor. Despite Niven's quip, quoted at the top of the page, Opel briefly became a celebrity and he was even hired to streak at a Hollywood party on at least one occasion. In 1976 he ran for President of the United States, and used the slogans "Nothing to Hide" and "Not Just Another Crooked Dick".