No the headline isn't made up, there really were girls who were pretty much naked on the street corner of downtown Macon.
The two girls were members PETA, (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and were 'flashing' their message to any one who would look.
"PETA is calling fashion enthusiasts to opt. for synthetic alternatives to leather, wool, exotic skins, and fur," Tracy Patton says.
Patton is a campaign coordinator for PETA. Her job today is to stand on the corner of the street, holding a sign in front of her, wearing nothing but her bra and underwear.
Gawkers were in plenty for the one hour time frame the girls spent waving on the corner of Cherry and Third Streets. Many people stopped to take pictures of the event, some even asked what they were doing there.
The PETA girls were trying to inform curious by-passers about the 'serious issue of animal cruelty'.
"By showing some of our own skin, we hope that people will consider letting animals keep theirs," Patton said.
The sign held in front of the girls read "Bare Skin-Don't Wear Skin". The non-profit organization is trying to inform people of how animals are treated when they are stipped for their skin.
The PETA women are traveling to Columbus Friday to continue their 'bare all' message.