A group of hunky bouncers have stripped off to raise money for charity.
The doormen who guard clubs and pubs across Brighton have whipped off their suits in support of breast and prostate cancer charities.
Taking part are bouncers from venues including Oceana and The Black Lion.
They posed au natural in The Lanes, along the seafront and in Seven Dials.
Those taking part ranged in age from 18 to 40 and included Dan Cleaver, Scott Baker, Peter Reime, Rob Reeves, Pete Reeves, Jay Hill, Mat Rees-Avery and Dan Jones.
They were helped by glamorous assistants Michelle Love and Kiera Courtney.
Mr Baker, 40, told how Mr Cleaver came up with the idea.
He added: “We weren’t really shy about it – we just thought that it was a really good idea to raise money.
“We were actually wearing flesh-coloured pants which were airbrushed out. We did not want to outrage public decency.
“It was initially for a prostate cancer charity but after the girls got involved we decided to make it for a breast cancer charity as well.
“We posed outside lots of places including outside The Mesmerist and on the seafront – we certainly got a laugh.
“One of the people taking part has only just turned 18 but we were not shy.
“We didn’t prep at all – there is no waxing or shaving – we are all natural.
“While we thought it would be a great idea to pose for pictures we did not realise how cold it would actually be.
“Shooting these pictures at the end of November and outside – we were freezing.
“However, it was for such a great cause we just got on with it.”
Donate to the bouncers’ cause and find out how to buy a £10 calendar at www.justgiving.com/teams/nakedbouncerscalender2013
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