Ready, set, protest!

February 26, 2009 5:06:32 AM PST
Naked? OK. Booze? No way!

That's the word now from organizers of the Bay to Breakers foot race in San Francisco.

The annual 12K race has the rep for attracting wild and wacky runners.

Organizers this year wanted to tone things down a bit.

They had originally issued a no-booze, no-nudity and no-floats order.

But the rules sparked a protest movement, including an online petition.

Now, organizers say runners can be naked.

But they're still banning drinking and runners pulling or pushing display floats.

The race is held the third Sunday in May and attracts tens of thousands of runners.

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