Nuts staff go nude for charity calendar

The nudity in this week's Nuts magazine has taken a surprising turn. Instead of ladies, it's the lads who are baring all - specifically the male editorial staff of the IPC magazine.

  • Mr January puts it all on the line

    Mr January puts it all on the line

  • Mr February, lift those tires

    Mr February, lift those tires

  • Mr March, ready for work

    Mr March, ready for work

  • Gone swimmin' with Mr April

    Gone swimmin' with Mr April

  • Mr May guards the wicket

    Mr May guards the wicket

  • Mr September gets a hole in one

    Mr September gets a hole in one

  • Taking a spin with Mr October

    Taking a spin with Mr October

  • Careful where you put that iron, Mr November

    Careful where you put that iron, Mr November

  • No mistletoe for Mr December

    No mistletoe for Mr December

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In a slightly distorted mirror-image of the weekly appearances from near-naked women in the magazine, the men in the team have stripped off for a nude calendar, to raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Care. Around 400 men are diagnosed with the disease in the UK every year.

There are some women on the team, we are told, but the idea was to "turn the tables" on the boys, who are no strangers to writing about naked ladies. The Nuts website homepage today proclaimed "Happy Hump Day", inviting users to explore its picture gallery of bums.

If you have a diary story please contact louise.ridley@haymarket.com

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