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By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – While only a handful of women removed their tops on Rio's Ipanema beach on Saturday, December 21st, photographers flooded the beach to record the event.

One photographer who attended the demonstration told The Rio Times that "it had more photographers than topless girls. It was a failure."

Dubbed 'Toplessaço' the demonstration was held in protest of Brazil's laws which classify female toplessness on Rio's beaches or elsewhere in . . .

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