Cabin crew raise funds during strike by selling naked photos
Sometimes I'm happy to be a massive hypocrite who is happy to objectify womenfolk in the name of a good cause.
You see, a group of Spanish cabin crew ladies got laid-off when their employer Air Comet went belly-up at the end of last year and, well, they've decided that while they wait for their outstanding wages, they'll raise some cash by taking off their clothes and posing for a shoot in a calendar.
The hostesses are owed up to eight months' wages by the defunct airline, according to spokeswoman Adriana Ricardo.
This derobery aims to make "as much noise as possible" for their plight, and of course, idiot writer blokes the world over are more than happy to give them some exposure. Me included.
The Air Comet calendar has a limited run of 1,200 and is going for €15. It's not immediately obvious where you can buy the calendar from, but thanks to the worldwide interest in this, it wouldn't surprise me if this becomes much easier to find. That or someone sticks them all online to ogle at.