After doing a little stroll around the popular Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg, a woman then decided to pull a Full Monty, going all close-up and personal while she caressed the statue of South Africa’s former president.

Considering the passing of Madiba and South Africa celebrating its 20 years as a democracy, it is almost unbelievable to read statements by TimeLive saying that ‘many called her actions distasteful and commented on whether her body was good enough to be shown in public.’

Sounds like a opinion of Page 3 hopefuls.

Khotso Tladi, a chef at Baglios, quotes:

She didn’t have a nice body, everything was saggy and she had hair. Afroman was better.

With Nelson Mandela Day being only two weeks ago on the 18th of July, this really is a time to reflect and remember all that he stood for and the positive changes he made. Here’s a little thought of our own.

South Africa in 2014 is a year that will be remembered for decades to come. A year of celebration, of loss, and of positive change. A year the Mother City – and the first city in Africa – took the title of World Design Capital 2014, while the entire country celebrates 20 years in a democracy. While the entire world – in solitude and in global gatherings of thousands – mourned over the passing Madiba. But ultimately we celebrate his legacy by keeping his message and his character alive in all we do. A message about freedom, of acceptance, of having the tenacity to express with conviction… This woman shows all of that, why she did it? Well, we’re busy finding out. Stay posted.

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While were on the topic of nakedness, check out our pretty prevealing post Vagina Activism: Shameless Provocation or Conceptual Art!