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With a severe drought hitting the region, it seems residents of southern Australia are willing to go to any length for relief. Hundreds of women in Victoria state are planning to bare themselves to the heavens to ensure more rain in this drought-ravaged region. Taking their inspiration from a Nepalese tradition, women in Ouyen will do a naked rain dance in the beginning of March, just before the planting season.
"We'll invite all the families from the communities in the region, we'll get together and have food and entertainment all day," said organiser Lynne Healy of community group Ouyen Inc. "The women will get on buses, discreetly go to a secret location and we will do our dance."
About 200 women are expected to take part in the event. It is likely to attract a lot of viewers but the media has not been invited.