The Keynes Nik Lilo will not be his favorite budgy smuggler to fight for the title of Australia’s most common drilling rig at the stage of his strike.
JCU’s rugby league player’s leap into this year’s competition, hosted by Australian men’s swimsuit brand Budgy Smuggler, surprised him in the top 10.
The purpose of all Australian Competition is to send messages, which can not be completely shredded, and “general automatic disqualification”.
Mr. Lilo will go to Sydney for the last round of the month.
The winner will get custom swimsuits with their photos on their partner in 10 smuggled.
“I saw it last year,” he said. “Many of my companions have been throwing me under the car.”
“This is my first amateur model career, and it’s a very profitable career.
“I like to think I’m a back-up dancer’s magic Mike, but my body says, otherwise.
“I don’t think I can get into the top 20, so it’s good to be able to do that.”
After being selected in the first 10, he was asked to make a video in 10 days.
He said he decided to shoot his video on Keynes in some of his favorite places.