Deirdre Featherstone was undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and decided after her mastectomy to start raising money for children suffering from cancer and their families. It was a clear day the 2, women took part in the naked dip in Co Wicklow, Ireland. For more information, including how to donate, click here. The current world record was set in in Perth, Australia, when people took part in a mass skinny dip. A Guinness adjudicator will fly in from Italy to ensure all the women who are taking part stick to the stringent rules, which include stripping down to their birthday suits, before going into the chilly water up to their waist and staying in for at least five minutes.
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Skinny dip world record: Women brave cold waters to strip off for charity
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