Too cheeky? Woolworths says no to rooftop nude art

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT
OUTLET: NINE NEWS NATIONAL

 A plan for more than 10,000 people to be naked on the roof of Woolworth's store in Melbourne has been shot down after the supermarket giant said no to a world famous artist.  The New York-based artist, Spencer Tunick, renowned for his nude pictures, wants to use the store's car park at Prahran's Chapel St precinct for his latest shoot next month, but Woolworths has refused because it did not want its customers inconvenienced.  Tunick believes the supermarket giant is trying to censor him.

A plan for more than 10,000 people to be naked on the roof of Woolworth's store in Melbourne has been shot down after the supermarket giant said no to a world famous artist.

The New York-based artist, Spencer Tunick, renowned for his nude pictures, wants to use the store's car park at Prahran's Chapel St precinct for his latest shoot next month, but Woolworths has refused because it did not want its customers inconvenienced.

Tunick believes the supermarket giant is trying to censor him.