Overheated men and boys in the UK and Europe are protesting dress code by wearing skirts.
As the weather has improved in Europe, with some areas experiencing heat waves, men who have to wear long trousers to work have found the weather too hot.
After finding it too hot to work in full-length leg wear, a group of male bus drivers have got around their no-shorts-to-work policy by wearing skirts.
Meanwhile, record high June temperatures in the UK have also prompted boys at one school in Exeter to wear skirts in a protest over the school’s uniform policy.
Boyes from ISCA Academy in Exeter wore skirts in protest at being told they were not allowed to wear shorts.
One of the boys who took part in the protest said: “We’re not allowed to wear shorts, and I’m not sitting in trousers all day, it’s a bit hot.”