PARIS - France's national news agency Le News Agency has just announced a new French law that will take effect on Tuesday, May 28.
Gigi de Maupassant, a reporter for Le News stated that due to the declining number of tourists visiting the world famous Eiffel Tower the French government will be implementing a new clothes-optional decree for all visitors to the famed landmark.
Research studies clearly showed that once the new law goes into effect tourism at The Eiffel Tower should increase by 45 to 48 percent.
De Maupassant spoke with several local merchants whose business is located close to the Eiffel tower and they are all ecstatic and can hardly wait for May 28, to roll around.
Many local residents wondered if cameras would be prohibited from the Eiffel Tower grounds and they have been told that cameras, the paparazzi, and sketch artists will all be welcomed with open arms, so to speak.
SIDENOTE: Local cosmetics model Dominique DuLala has said that this could be the big break she has been waiting for and she plans on visiting the Eiffel Tower at least 4 to 6 days a week in hopes of being cast in a French porn film.