Sometimes life really does imitate art.
About 200 nudists visited Vienna's Leopold Museum for a special tour of the popular "Naked Men" exhibition.
Naked except for their boots and cameras, visitors from as far away as Australia and Brazil were on hand Monday to enjoy the museum's highly popular exhibit.
It features the changing depictions of the male form from 1800 to present day.
Museum officials say it was reacting to popular demand.
Press officer Klaus Pokorny says the museum received requests from all over the world from people who wanted to visit the exhibit naked.
It's not the first time that the museum has created a frenzy of attention and scandal.
To promote the exhibition, the museum plastered posters containing full frontal nudity shots of naked men across Vienna.