Barcelona is famous around the world for its louche, anything goes atmosphere.If anything, they need to ban fat, hairy guys from wearing Speedos.
But it seems Catalans have had enough of cleavage, and now the Mediterranean resort city is getting tough on those who dare to bare.
Tourists who wander the streets of Barcelona in just their swimming costumes - or less - will now face stiff fines.
City officials have voted to ban 'nudity or virtual nudity in public places' and limit swimming costumes to swimming pools, beaches, adjacent roads and beach walks.
And the ban is set to come into force later this month, just as the influx of British tourists starts to peak.
Anyone who walks the streets away from the beaches clad in just a bikini, trunks or a swimsuit will be liable for fines of up to €300 (£262).
And in this previously permissive city, the penalties are even more severe for naturists: those who stray naked from designated nudist beaches could face fines of up to €500 (£435).
Nudism campaigners are outraged by the move. Like many other parts of Spain, Barcelona has a number of nudist beaches and the city has, in the past, championed the naturist cause.
Barcelona has been trying to shake off a reputation as a city where anything goes.
Ms Escarp told The Times: 'Some people who live here are bothered by tourists who go dressed in a bikini in the street, or in swimming trunks. We have to maintain standards.'