Bakery workers strip for charity
Women staff at a branch of bakers Greggs have stripped off for charity, covering their modesty with buns and biscuits.
They bared nearly all for a charity calendar, now on sale at every one of the 1,650 Greggs shops across the UK.
Priced at £5 it has reportedly been flying off the shelves and is on course to raise more than £100,000 for the BBC Children in Need appeal.
The mouth-watering calendar was the idea of Kelly Gilmour, 32, an assistant ≠manageress at the shop in Gateshead, Tyneside, where all the women work.
Kelly, who appears as Miss June with a pile of doughnuts and a can of cream, said: "Customers may look at their Belgian buns in a different way now.
"We were really nervous about ≠doing the pictures but a couple of glasses of wine helped. Then it was good fun."
Covered in Belgian buns as Miss March, manager Nicola Dickenson, 35, added: "We can't believe it. We're not exactly supermodels."
what do you think?
Bunch of tarts!
So what kind of suitable products will these girls cover themselves with? Cream horns of plenty, jam roly poly or maybe pigs in blankets?
Wearing a bit thin all this stripping for calenders lark--- how about a bunch of strippers doing a calender wearing clothes.