Wet T-shirt contest
A wet T-shirt contest is a competition involving exhibitionismtypically featuring young women contestants at a nightclub, bar, or resort.
Contestants generally wear white or light-colored T-shirts without bras, bikini tops, or other garments beneath. Water often ice water is then sprayed or poured onto the participants' chests, causing their T-shirts to turn translucent and cling to their breasts. Contestants may take turns dancing or posing before the audience, with the outcome decided either by crowd reaction or by judges' vote.
In racier contests, participants may tear or crop their T-shirts to expose midriffs, cleavage, or the undersides of their breasts.
Depending on local laws, participants may or may not be allowed to remove their T-shirts or strip completely naked during their performance. However, the first contestant to appear was a professional stripper who danced topless and the amateur contestants responded by drenching their T-shirts before competing. The first known mention of the term Wet T-shirt contest in the press occurred in in The Palm Beach Postdescribing the contest's appearance at New Orleans discotheques.
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The contest subsequently became established at spring break events in Fort Lauderdale, Floridawith some tee owners being fined under public indecency laws for holding one. The Spanish festival of La Tomatinaa large public tomato fight where participants become soaked with juice from tomatoes, has been suggested as another possible origin of the wet T-shirt contest, although La Tomatina began in The proposed contest was replaced with a swimsuit competition and the winner was promised a permanent job on graduation.
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