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Firies too hot to handle create ogle-fest all for charity

Sexy firies wowed women at the Central Lane Hotel on Saturday night.
Sexy firies wowed women at the Central Lane Hotel on Saturday night. Christopher Chan

IT WAS an absolute ogle-fest. And it was all for a fantastic cause - the burns unit at the Royal Children's Hospital.

Turns out Gladdy girls are also a bunch of good Samaritans.

"Can you take your clothes off? I'll help!"

What a kind offer.

It came from one lady sitting front and centre at Saturday night's firefighters calendar launch.

The crowd went particularly wild for Mr November, Brad Wilson.

It's the Ipswich fireman's first time in the calendar.

Brad said being ogled was new to him. "It's taken a little bit to get used to," he said.

But Mr November was a true performer. He took to the Central Lane Hotel's stage like a professional.

"What size are your shoes?" a lady screamed.

Brad didn't miss a beat.

"Size 13," he retorted.

HEY, GOOD LOOKIN'

Gladdy girls let fly Saturday night. Some of the saucier quotes included:

  • How long's your hose?
  • Can you take your clothes off now?
  • You are solid!
  • Do you do squats?
  • Bring out the naked men!
  • Do you teach stop, drop and roll to anyone privately at home?

Topics:  calendar firies



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