The Jersey Shore May be Getting More Naked
Whether you're the type of woman who hates tan lines or the type of dude who likes to ogle at people's chests, here's something to consider when you're planning your next beach vacation: a topless beach in New Jersey.
Taking a cue from South Beach, the Asbury Park City Council is considering a proposal to create a tops-optional section along the northern part of the town's beach, NBC New York reports. If passed, the measure would likely cause tourism to skyrocket and give the male population a little extra pep in their step.
Asbury Park, where Bruce Springsteen hung out and played regularly before he was "The Boss," is only about a 40 minute drive from Gunnison Beach in Sandy Hook, New Jersey, where the rule is already, no tops, no problem.
The Jersey shore has an amazingly entertaining reality show, how much attention does it need? Poor Delaware.
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