ANOTHER date has been set for diners to bare all after the success of Oxford's first 'naked feast'.

Almost 40 people threw away their inhibitions as well as their clothes for a four-course meal at the Tap Social brewery bar earlier this month.

The event, staged by naturist group Dine Naked Oxford and Native Feasts, sold out in less than three days and attracted six new members to try dining naked for the first time.

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Event organiser Sandra Ballard said diners came from Oxford, as well as Bristol, Swindon, Gloucester, Birmingham and Yarmouth.

She added: "The diners ages ranged from 22 to 76, about 35per cent were women, including six for whom it was their naturist first time.

"The Michelin quality four-course meal, provided by Native Feasts, was an adventurous culinary delight.

"First course was hummus-based with crisp cauliflower, followed by the beautifully cooked duck main course. This came with a varied salad and to finish we had parkin ginger cake with diced poached rhubarb."

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Dine Naked Oxford says its main goal is to 'provide naked dining experiences in and around Oxford to promote healthy body image'.

The first event's success has prompted organisers to plan its next Food in the Nude night in Abingdon.

It will be held at Annie's at the Boathouse on June 22.

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