Mexico: Amasiganwa y’abanbaye ubusa akunzwe na benshi

Mu gace ka Guadalajara mu mujyi wa Jalisco ho muri Mexico, abantu batagira ingano bambaye ubusa buri buri maze bafata amagare batembera umujyi wose ntakibazo na gito bafite.

Abenshi wasangaga bisize amarange ku mubiri wose kugira ngo batagaragara neza mu maso yabo, mu gihe hariho n’abandi wasangaga bishushanyijeho Tatuwage zuzuye umubiri wose k’uburyo utapfa kubamenya neza.

Mu mwaka wa 2003, mu gihugu cy’ubwongereza babanje kwanga ko iki gikorwa kizajya kibera mu gihugu cyabo, kuko bari bamaze kubona ko cyongera igikorwa cy’imibonanompuzabitsina mu bantu gusa byarangiye abashinzwe kubitegura batanze impamvu zabo bihita byemerwa.

AMWE MU MAFOTO, AGARAGAZA UKO BYARI BYIFASHE MURI AYA MARUSHANWA

 Hundreds of riders pedalled along in Guadalajara, Jalisco state, as part of World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR)

The cyclists were protesting on Saturday against aggressive drivers and gas emissions from cars

According to WNBR, the dress code for the event is 'bare as you dare' and full or partial nudity is encouragedSome were covered in full-body paint displaying pro-cyclist messages; various intimate piercings and tattoos were also on show, while others chose to protect their modesty

The annual event takes place in more than 70 cities across the world

WNBR hopes to draw attention to the vulnerability of cyclists on the road, while protesting against the dangers of the car-obsessed culture in cities

The WNBR site proclaims: 'We propose a model of a city where people recover their space. Free your mind and your body!'

Cyclists concerned about their safety and comfort are re-assured it's fine to wear shoes and a helmet - and nothing else