Clothing May Be Optional, But PFDs/Life Jackets Are Required
A pair of nude PWC riders in Florida reportedly collided with a seawall at 40 mph. Both survived, although one of the riders reportedly broke both arms in the incident. (Guess they tried to push off the seawall at 40 mph)
Authorities reported that two nude personal watercraft riders were injured when their PWC hit a seawall near Cypress Cove Nudist Resort in Florida.
The riders, a man and a woman, both 62 (only in Florida ) — were taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center.
A receptionist at the nudist resort said the man and woman were guests at Cypress Cove and had borrowed the PWC from another guest.
Witnesses told authorities the PWC was going about 40 mph before the crash.
Officials say the man suffered two broken arms and a cut on his head. The woman was treated and released.
REMEMBER: A personal flotation device (PFD/Life Jacket) is required when riding a PWC. It is also recommended that other protective clothing should not be considered optional.