Channel 4 continued its bonkers programming with Life Stripped Bare, a show where participants got rid of all of their stuff for 21 days, including clothes.
Heidi from London, Tom, Andrew and Georgia from Cardiff and Jon and Laura from Manchester were allowed to collect one item per day from a storage locker nearby, from a standing start of complete nakedness.
The nudity from the get-go shocked our little British minds, with many viewers taking to Twitter to express their horror.
the programme's synopsis did not say these people would be naked #LifeStrippedBare
-- miss waiching liu (@mswaichingliu81) July 5, 2016
#lifestrippedbare nah this is a joke. I get the whole getting rid of the their possessions but getting naked? NAH
-- Sharondeep (@MissSharondeep) July 5, 2016
-- Phil (@WafflingPhil) July 5, 2016
The question of whether the show might be more interesting with some clothes actually on was raised, as well as what could replace them.
#lifestrippedbare would be much more interesting and less 'ha ha, bare arses!' if they'd given them boilersuits or something.
-- loveitloveitloveit (@loveitloveit) July 5, 2016
-- gennafell (@ufellover) July 5, 2016
Then they ran naked through the streets and we lost it completely.
The naked dash in #lifestrippedbare is like all my worst anxiety dreams ever, even worse in real life!
-- kathvbtn (@kathvbtn) July 5, 2016
-- That Girl Kirsty (@ThatGirlKirstyB) July 5, 2016
Heidi's like a naked ninja! Dodged pervs and the police expertly. Amazing. #lifestrippedbare
-- D. Davidson-Amadi (@TheSplinterCell) July 5, 2016
-- MummyBarrow (@MummyBarrow) July 5, 2016
Their choices of what to have back and when were also really interesting, once the nudity was over.
Heidi made her own clothes from some material in her locker, the Cardiff crew chose onesies and dressing gowns and the Manchester team prioritised sleep by collecting Laura's mattress.