Naked feminist protest closes Glastonbury Festival

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Rachel Rousham bares all for the Glastonbury crowd. Photo credit: Getty

As if things couldn't get any weirder at Glastonbury 2017, a fully nude feminist protester stole the show on the final day of the iconic UK music festival.

While many of the world's best musical talents and figures graced the stage including Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, another political campaigner caught the eye of revellers.

Rachel Rousham from the White Ribbon Alliance joined members of the Avalonian Choir for a pro-feminist protest, jumping on stage completely naked to join festival founder Michael Eavis. She wore nothing but a little paint to hide her modesty.

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Ms Rousham was cheered on by the crowd. Photo credit: Getty

The White Ribbon Alliance, who used the festival to draw attention to the treatment of woman, is a group that supports the rights of all women to give birth safely.

Ms Rousham also had the words "feminist", "resist" and "persist," written on her body.

She wasn't the only naked person to make headlines at Glastonbury.

Another reveller letting it all hang out gave the world an eyeful as he popped up on a live television broadcast, earning a shout-out and a song dedication from Foo Fighters frontman David Grohl.