Shocked passengers on a New York subway train were treated to a striptease and pole dance in the middle of the carriage.
The exhibitionism is carefully packaged as “performance art,” and since the stripper (or “actress”) is an attractive female nobody really minds.
Orchestrator Zach Haiman (visible getting his money shots of the stripper in these shots) observes that “Photographing females in public is easier than males; people see a naked woman and they smile,” rather than run screaming in the case of a male.
Exposure maniacs might take a leaf out of Haiman’s book, as he has so far evaded arrest despite carefully documenting his crimes. The excuse he uses is “We all have these parts – it’s one of the unifying aspects of being human.”