Philippine Volcanoes member Jake Letts never fails to dizzy-dazzle in the Sexy Department. Remember his Bench Body ad a few years ago with his team mates? The one that generated some controversy along EDSA. Well, he’s taking it a notch higher this time for the Body Issue of Metro Magazine by posing in the buff with just a Balenciaga Padlock All Time Tote to hide away the family jewels. Hawt!
If you want to see sexy, shirtless boys in short shorts with huge legs and bulging, uh, muscles, head over to the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium to catch Asian Five Nations Division I tournament. Last night, the Philippine national men’s rugby union team defeated Singapore, 37-20, to open its campaign in the rugby tournament. The Philippines continues its campaign on Wednesday at 7 p.m. versus Chinese Taipei, before wrapping up the tournament against Sri Lanka on Saturday. Division I is the second tier of competition in Asian Five Nations rugby, next only to the Top 5. Winning the tournament would earn the Philippines a promotion to the top tier. From left: Chris Everingham, Jake Letts, Darran Seeto, Nick Perry and Kenneth Stern.
After the Neil Etheridge onslaught for rival Folded and Hung, expect Bench Body to do the counter-strike. This August, the PRFU Philippine Volcanoes – e.g. Jake Letts [left] and Ned Stephenson, will be back for the underwear company’s newest campaign. The male underwear ad wars is getting to be one exciting, uh, ball game!
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.”