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Posh Cambridge University students strip NAKED for raunchy charity calendar

Culled from The Sun

Sexy sportsmen and women at Cambridge University have bared their bums and breasts in a naked calendar to raise money for charity.

Students in the university's sports teams, including swimming, skiing, rock 'n' roll dancing and netball have posed naked for photos around the historical city of Cambridge.

One of the pictures shows the daring students doing the SPLITS in the buff on the famous Mathematical Bridge at Queens' College.

Another shows the girls football team using strategically placed balls and boots to preserve their modesty.

In another shot a group of nude American football players are seen punting down the historic Backs.

Student Emma Teal, who has organised the Cambridge Blues calendar with fellow undergraduates Ladislaya Ladanyi, Joanna Moest and Zoe Cohen, said: "We all really enjoyed making the calendar, although it did involve a lot of early mornings as we had to go to the locations when there weren't too many people about.

The last Cambridge nude calendar raised over £10,000 for charity

Emma continued: “I've been involved in quite a lot of charity projects over the years, from volunteering my time, to completing physical challenges to fund raise.

"So when I came to university I knew I wanted to join a charitable society, and creating a naked calendar with Cambridge Raising and Giving (RAG) society seemed like the most fun way to raise lots of money for great causes.”

Cambridge students are no strangers to stripping off with the university's May Ball's often ending in boozy skinny dipping in the River Cam.

And one of the university's student papers even runs a competition to crown Cambridge's Best Bum.

This is the second time students at Cambridge have posed for a seductive calendar like this after the 2017 version raised over £10,000 for charity.

The calendar costs just £10 and will be available for order from October 10. You can buy one here.

Money raised from sales will go to charities Beat Eating Disorders, Mary's Meals, Papyrus and the Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre.

My view: Maybe we should all stop wearing clothes.

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