Love me Tinder: Australia’s sexiest firefighters strip and pose for 2022 calendars – with some adorable furry friends
- Australia’s ‘sexiest’ firefighters put their bodies at risk for charity, masquerading as the 2022 schedule
- Firefighters are pictured showing off their ripped physique, snuggling up to kittens and relaxing with dogs
- The calendar’s proceeds, which are sold in over 100 countries, go to nine different charities
Australia’s most prominent firefighters stripped naked and posed for the country’s most popular calendar.
The firefighters “risked everything” during the photo shoot which saw them being kicked by horses, scratched by kittens and stung by a particularly thorny echidna.
One of the men on the calendar, Ben Church, a new recruit from Western Australia, admitted he was also teased for his role in the photoshoot after it was revealed that his grandmother and her mother had registered it.
“They embarrassed me by emailing the calendar coordinators to let them know I was the most beautiful firefighter in Western Australia,” he said.
There are six different calendar editions available this year, with “fan favorites” including the “classic” firefighter calendar as well as dog, cat, horse and mixed animal editions.
There’s also a summer special available for the first time that shows firefighters dressed in swim shorts and enjoying soft ice cream in the street.
Proceeds from the sale of the calendar go directly to Australian charities made up of animal and children’s associations.
Firefighters shared behind-the-scenes footage showing exactly how the schedule is done.
Rookie Ben Church made his mother and grandmother proud when he was selected to pose for the popular calendar
Dave from Queensland lost an argument with this kitten over who would be the best Christmas present of 2022
Firefighter Ricky is the coverboy of the Classic Edition – flaunting a smile and showing off his impressive collection of ab for the cause
Ben Wallace shared an intense gaze with the camera in this steaming snap that marks April in the new calendar
“Hello duckling, where is your mom?” »Asks Dennis Arff, smiling at his yellow boyfriend who joins him on the September page of the mixed animals calendar.
Mitch from New South Wales beams with his new French friend from the cover of the ever popular dog-themed calendar
Matt Ross listened to the angel on his shoulder for this kitten shoot – and landed on the front page of the 2022 feline calendar
Mal was happy to warm up the month of August with his impressive collection of abs and sweet smile.
Nathan from NSW put his body in danger to snuggle up with an Aussie favorite for the cover of the mixed animal calendar
“The best thing about showering outside?” There is room for everyone, jump under.
“Hey, buckle up, the thing is to look happy but not too happy. Understood?’ Advised RAAF firefighter Brenden during the photoshoot
Ben Church portrays innocence and still makes his mom proud as he treats his abs with cheeky, sweet service
Malcolm Arff joined his brother in the photoshoot showing off his dazzling smile against this mule’s caressing fur
Tim ended up with a suspender on his top button undone and dripping from head to toe in the name of charity
Ben Wallace seemed to be joking for this photo which appears in the mixed animal calendar
“Merry Christmas Ginger, no it’s okay you don’t have to look at the camera – I know I can be distracting”