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  • Melbourne’s ‘Friendly Moving Men’ strip off for calendar

  • They’ll remove everything – even their clothes! The ‘Friendly Moving Men’ strip off for hilarious charity calendar to raise money for domestic violence victims
    A group of Melbourne removalists called the Friendly Moving Men posed for charity calendar in just their underwear
    Carrying a fridge across a river and posing in a wheelbarrow or with a bunny are just some of the shots featured
    Friends Georgia Rose and Harriet Stewart came up with the idea and the men were willing participants
    The fun calendar will help raise money for two domestic abuse charities in Victoria
    A group of removalists have stripped off for a charity calendar to raise funds for victims of domestic violence.
    The hunky labourers are pictured doing their jobs – removing fridges, transporting furniture and helping animals – all while just in their underwear.
    Melbourne’s Friendly Moving Men came up with the idea because the team have seen the effects of abuse first hand at work as they can be called out to help organisations who relocate women who have been affected by violence.

    The men don’t take themselves too seriously and were willing participants in the shoot which was put together by friends Harriet Stewart, whose partner is pictured in the calendar, and Georgia Rose.
    Featuring 20 ‘true blue guys’ carrying out their work and enjoying some down time, the calendar has a hilarious shirtless shot for each month – with no photo-shopping or fake tanning allowed.
    ‘We came up with the fun idea to show Aussie guys on and off the job and to raise awareness of domestic abuse in Australia,’ Ms Stewart told Daily Mail Australia.

    ‘It was all a bit of fun with an edge of humour as we made them all wear their undies.
    ‘But it has serious message behind it, we want to show that some men are against violence.’
    The tongue-in-cheek calendar has had a great response on social media with the company already selling 200 copies since launching on Friday.
    The money will be split between Merri Outreach and Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria and you can buy the calenders through the Friendly Moving Men website.