Runners Give Clothes Off Their Back In Annual Run To Help Homeless
Salt Lake City, Utah (CNN) - Runners in Salt Lake City Sunday, feeling a little generous and scandalous, gave the shirts off their backs.
It was all part of an annual five-K run to benefit the homeless.
The Undie Run was launched last year in an effort to make Utah look less stuffy.
For the second year in a row, it beat the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest gathering of people in their underwear.
More than 33-hundred people participated this year.