A group of topless women took to the streets of New York to campaign against internet censorship. The free the nipple movement hit the headlines last week after Bruce Willis' daughter Scout went shopping for groceries on Manhattan's Lower East while bare chested. After she tweeted a picture using the hashtag #freethenipple the movement's founder Lina Esco decided to stage a protest in the big apple. The group is hoping to promote their feature film of the same name that they hope will be released next year. Around 20 men and women took to the city's Washington Square Park on Sunday to go topless and try to recruit more members. While there they were confronted by the NYPD and angry onlookers who were unhappy with them being topless in public.
Videographer / Director: Laurentiu Garofeanu Producer: Dan Howlett Editor: Ian Phillips / Joshua Douglas