Topless sunbathing on Felixstowe beach restricted to January and February

topless sunbathing at Felixstowe beach
January and February sunbathing takes topless twist

A controversial new by-law restricts topless sunbathing on Felixstowe beach to the months of January and February only.

Ladies wishing to reveal all while sunbathing will now only have two months of the year to do so.

Councillors passed the by-law after complaints that topless bathing was frowned upon by authorities.

Tourism expert Lorraine Fisher, 34, said: “We want to be seen as an inclusive authority, so we have bent over backwards to help local ladies.

“Those wishing to strip off and tan all over can now do so in January and February.”

It is expected thousands of woman will flock to the beach this winter to catch some rays.

Ogling schoolboys and men have been warned to behave.

“We want women to feel relaxed at all times,” Ms Fisher said.

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