ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Waitress Barbara Bradley has something to get off her chest. She went topless in a protest in Asheville, North Carolina, over the weekend.
About dozen women took off their shirts in what they say is an effort to promote equality. Several hundred people turned out.
That's far fewer than last year, when about two thousand people showed up for the GoTopless.org rally in Asheville.
Police report no busts at the topless protest. North Carolina law allows women to be shirtless.
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