A new exhibition is causing a stir in London after celebrities were photographed holding fish.
That may not sound too weird but they were pictured hugging the sea creatures while in the nude.
John Rankin snapped celebs including Greta Scacchi, actor Sir Ben Kingsley and former Olympic swimmer Mark Foster in various positions.
Although, some of the poses are a little more risque. A photograph of Mick Jagger's daughter Elizabeth shows her lying on her side with a leg wrapped around a Yellow Fin Tuna, while actor Sean Pertwee holds a Monkfish in a standing pose to protect his modesty.
Greta Scacchi said it is not meant to be easy viewing: "It's maybe not sexy. It's not completely disgusting, it's kind of weird, it's sort of absurd."
Rankin's latest exhibition called 'Fishlove' sees naked celebrities draped with dead fish to try and raise awareness of overfishing.
OCEAN2012 which is a group involved in the exhibition says over-fishing might be the world's biggest environmental problem.
UK co-ordinator Ian Campell said: "The fish stocks won't be around if the fishing policy stays as it is. It's in the middle of a reform, it's a once in a ten-year reform chance."
The EU is currently in the process of reviewing the Common Fisheries Policy and voting in November.
Member states who have repeatedly over-fished are set to incur the biggest penalties and also have to deal with lower quota numbers as a result.