This didn’t quite make it to busy EDSA on a huge billboard, but it would have caused quite a stir – in people’s loins [and groins]! This is Mark McMahon, a 20-year-old member of the Philippine Football Federation’s Azkals. He was born in Siargao but raised in Glasgow, Scotland. He has a certain Gerald-Andersonness, and methinks he can be a shoo-in for showbiz.
… the PRFU men-in-briefs boards won’t still go up. Most probably they’re already on the chopping block and the pieces stored forever in some dusty warehouse off Metro Manila. The thing is, you can still see the hunky team members of the Philippine Volcanoes, like 20-year-old Filipino-Australian Nicholas Perry
here. Buy the calendar at selected Bench stores and at all Bench Body stores nationwide at Php 69 only. A part of the proceeds of the sale of the July 2011 -February 2012 poster calendar will go to the PRFU.
Okay, part 2 of the Boards Down issue. Apparently, people are still debating on the issue. Here’s Mayor Gatchalian’s tweet on the issue: Hay Salamat! The “men in briefs” billboards along Edsa are GONE. Thank you very much Mayor Abalos. Our kids can pass Edsa safely now. And Mayor Abalos insists he did not have them removed: “I am just requesting advertisers to have them removed.” What’s your take? BTW that’s Darran Seeto, a 29-year-old Filipino-Chinese gym instructor from Sydney, also a member of the now-controversial Volcanoes.
The pictures from Bench Body
keep on coming. Men in briefs! Boys in underwear! Traffic hazards along EDSA and major thoroughfares in the metro. Take for example this one. It’s Paulo Avelino
, hardly recognizable – facial features, abs, bumps and bulges. But it’s him! Going sexy all the way in a big board near Makati. Hawt!
Those asking about the bald guy with the big butt in that now-famous Bench Body board in EDSA-Guadalupe Bridge, here he is – Arnold Aninion. This hunky member of the Philippine Volcanoes lists himself as a Manila-based Filipino-New Zealander entrepreneur.
If you like big handsome boys, here’s Francisco “Kit” Guerra of the PRFU Volcanoes. The 23-year-old hunk is Filipino-Australian, and he’s a construction manager back home. Kit plays flanker for the national team.
Chris Everingham is a 26-year-old personal trainer, “accredited practicing dietitian, accredited nutritionist” from Sydney, Australia. Apparently, he’s also half-Filipino and he’s in the PRFU team. According to his social networking site “[h]e currently resides in Sydney, running his Lifted Health Business in the North Shore and frequently travels to the Philippines for leisure, family and Rugby.”
And another one! Filipino-American Kenneth Stern was a member of the Boston University Rugby Club and a host of others in the United States [New England Rugby Union All-Stars, the Northeast Collegiate All-Stars, the All-American 7s Team and the Boston Men’s Rugby Club], before he came over to play for the PRFU. Ken – who is only 22 years old, stands 5’10” tall and plays centre for the team.
Twenty-five-year-old Oliver Saunders
is a Filipino-Australian member of the Philippine Volcanoes. He plays along with his younger brothers – hotties, too – Matt and Benjamin. If you ask me about this sudden surge of info [and images] about the Volcanoes, it is because these boys are champions and they remain unappreciated in the Philippines. Here’s a link
to their story, their valiant efforts in the international rugby scene. And besides, with Bench Body featuring them in tight underwear, I bet these boys will now be recognized. Big time!
Here’s another one for Bench Body underwear: Jake Letts of the PRFU a.k.a. The Philippine Volcanoes! This 23-year-old Filipino-Australian cutie is listed as the “current PRFU International & PRFU U19 Captain of the Undefeated 2006 ARFU Div 2 U19 squad in Taiwan, Warringah RUFC – Scrum Half.” He has a brother – Michael on the team. According to reports, “the Lettses are one of four sets of brothers on the team. Their mother was born and raised in Bicol; Michael and Jake were born and raised in Sydney, where they still live. and where they play semi-professionally for the Warringah rugby club. Off the pitch Michael is a mortgage broker and Jake is taking his masters in sports management.”