I got asked by a freelance journalist to jump in front of Princess Diana's funeral. How pathetic is that? That would have been the stupidest thing on the planet.
The Full Monty, ah, it's superb. The Full Monty showed how life really is in certain cities of England.
I was in Liverpool city center and I thought I broke one of my toes, just by jumping on buses. I put my arm in the door on the outside, and the bus just drives away with me naked.
Violence is for mugs. War is for mugs.
I'm making the statement that we should all live life and have a laugh. Nakedness is a thing where people take notice. If you do it in the right way, people laugh.
I can read the Tarot cards and believe in ghosts.
One of my favorites is 'The Sound of Music'. When Julie Andrews runs through the hills singing her head off, I always wish that a gust of wind would blow her skirt up.
I'm a free spirit; more people should become free spirits.
I don't make political statements; let's all have a laugh. Let's all live and be free. I try and live to the letter of the law, but right on the edge of it.
Neil Armstrong, when he was out there landing on the moon, I was there first.
I go from pub to pub, or jumping on buses or stopping cars. I don't need a TV audience. Every time I go naked, all of a sudden TV cameras pop up around me.
Hollywood have been in touch; they want to make a movie of my life.
When I'm in bars or clubs, it gets to the point where I feel I'm obliged to streak. It's not a problem.
It's always been performance art, but now it's on a different level.
I always thought, because America is supposed to be the land of the free, nudity would be part of the norm over there, but it isn't. It's surprising.
In England, there are so many TV commercials with nudity in them, and there are so many TV programs that show nudity on a regular basis. It's becoming more of a norm.