Anyone who lives in a mass transit city has probably noticed a similarity between subway poles and those found at your favorite gentleman's club. A 26-year-old stripper certainly made that connection when she decided to protest Chilean prudishness by dancing in her scanties on subway poles.

Before Monserrat Morilles' recent arrest, the professional pole dancer had managed to evade authorities by getting on at one station, quickly locating a childless car and stripping in time to exit at the next station. She ran out of luck, however, when she attempted to remove her clothes outside the presidential palace in Santiago.

Chilean media dubbed her "La Diosa del Metro" or Subway Goddess, a name we find appropriate for such an appetizing activist. All we ever get on our morning commutes are mariachi bands and panhandlers who smell like pee.

See Morilles in action after the jump.






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The Worlds Most Naked Protesters

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    Image from blog.peta.org

    Image from blog.peta.org

    Image from blog.peta.org

    Semi-naked protesters from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) show a banner reading "The Naked Truth: Burberry butchers bunnies" as they hand out a protesting leaflet to a passer-by in front of a Burberry store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district Friday, June 15, 2007. PETA was protesting the company over Burberry's use of fur in it's clothing. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)

    A group of participants celebrate after taking part in the World Naked Bike Ride on March 8, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Around 30 protesters met in a secret location outside Sydney's CBD, covered their bodies in paint and began riding down Sydney's popular King Street in Newtown to raise awareness on environmental issues aimed at pollution produced by motor vehicles. (Photo by Sergio Dionisio/Getty Images)

    A participant takes part in the World Naked Bike Ride on March 8, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Around 30 protesters met in a secret location outside Sydney's CBD, covered their bodies in paint and began riding down Sydney's popular King Street in Newtown to raise awareness on environmental issues aimed at pollution produced by motor vehicles. (Photo by Sergio Dionisio/Getty Images)

    Pamela Anderson poses in a Stella McCartney shop window for a PETA anti-fur protest in London, June 2006.

    Pamela Anderson poses in a Stella McCartney shop window for a PETA anti-fur protest in London, June 2006.

    Pamela Anderson poses in a Stella McCartney shop window for a PETA anti-fur protest in London, June 2006.