London, Sept 30 (ANI): A dozen women paraded through Manchester topless to show their support for British troops fighting abroad.
The women stunned shoppers, builders and office workers as they marched wearing only tight leather trousers and camouflage body paint across their chests, reports the Sun.
They stripped off to persuade onlookers and members of the public to dig deep and donate to plastic buckets to raise cash for British forces.
Artist Fanny Gogh, from Worsley, Greater Manchester organised the event, as part of a campaign run by the Support Our Soldiers (SOS) charity set up to aid members of the Armed Forces and their families.
It has been claimed British forces abroad have had to get second jobs to raise funds to buy their own equipment.
The group campaigns to get better equipment for British forces and sends shoe box parcels of coffee, tea and chocolate to troops in Afghanistan.
Sarah Longbottom, a model on march who has a brother serving in the forces, said: "We want to get our lads some decent luxury items, if it means us getting our boobs out then we are going to do it."
"We don't want to come across as really, really political but on a serious note they are not being looked after so we are here to look after them today," Longbottom added. (ANI)