Offbeat

By Jasmine Kazlauskas


These cheeky nude gardeners are ready to get very close to nature this weekend in celebration of World Naked Gardening Day this weekend.

A controversial nude cleaning company based on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, will be celebrating their very first World Naked Gardening Day on Saturday after launching their naked gardening service six months ago.

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Owner Brett Jones, 37, said his company is encouraging people around the world to ‘get down and dirty with nature’ on the special day – adding that nudity should be celebrated rather than stigmatised.

And if you would rather watch the action from a far, Brett’s team of hunky nude male landscapers will strip off completely and tend to your garden for £94 [$169AUD] an hour.

Brett said: “This World Naked Gardening Day we want to encourage people to get their gear off and get down and dirty with nature.

“Our gardeners are trained professionals that know their way around all your yard jobs, including pool cleaning.

“The day is about acceptance of your body in its natural form, being proud of who you are and encouraging you to get out celebrate freedom. It is meant to be funny, light-hearted and non-political.

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“No one individual or group owns the event, but we want everyone to have a go and see why we enjoy our job so much and why our services have become so popular.

“It doesn’t cost anything to take part of and you will feel liberated after giving it a go. Whatever you do make it fun.

“Our gardeners are trained professionals that know their way around all your yard jobs, including pool cleaning.”

World Naked Garden Day has been celebrated around the globe on the first Saturday of May for the past fifteen years.

Naked gardener Leeroy Evan, 42, said the job was a natural fit since it married his two passions: getting his gear off and gardening.

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And he has enjoyed tripling his previous landscaping income by doing the same job completely in the buff.

Leeroy said: “I love getting my gear off and gardening, so it’s a win-win in my books.

“What we do is good and harmless fun, we’re trying to make the world a better place.”