Olympian, Matthew Mitcham has stunned fans with a completely nude shot of him, whilst camping in Bryon Bay
Diving champ, Matthew Mitcham has derobed and is showing off his diver’s physique in the complete nude. The Aussie Gold medalist is currently camping and staying in a tiny village called The Channon, which is near to Byron Bay, in Australia.
There’s no hot water or elecky, the former diver admitted, but he’s there and naked, so that kind of makes up for it!
Taking to social media, the star uploaded the candid pic and captioned it, “A cheeky hello from a tiny village in the Byron Bay hinterland called The Channon. This particular campground has no electricity and no hot water but the koalas and black cockatoos more than make up for it.
“And the waterfalls! And it’s quiet enough to run around in the nuddy without people taking photos!… except for this one”.
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A cheeky hello from a tiny village in the Byron Bay hinterland called The Channon. This particular campground has no electricity and no hot water but the koalas and black cockatoos more than make up for it. And the waterfalls! And it’s quiet enough to run around in the nuddy without people taking photos!… except for this one 😂 . . . . . . . . . @wickedcampers #thechannon #roadtrip #camping #nature #northernrivers #cheeky #booty #buns #glutes #lats #rhomboids #gay #gayboy #gaysnap #gaytravel #gayuk #gayaustralia #blondehair #blond #blonde #blondeshavemorefun #peachy #peach #aunaturel
It didn’t take long for fans to share their love for his birthday suit look, with one commenting, “You are gorgeous Matt” while another commented about how much time Matthew has recently spent in the nude, saying, “You just get freer and freer! Love it!”.
Matthew recently showcased his brand new platinum blonde look.
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