Last Thursday it was affirmed that Teddy Briggs worked as a stripper for Man Netic Entertainment. The 24-year-old posted his pictures of stripping on social media while he posed in a club surrounded by other members of Magic Men troupe.

Being a dedicated follower of his occupation as a stripper waiter, the reality star and hunk posted his naked picture on Instagram with the caption that reads “Best Job Ever!”

‘Best job ever!’ ‘Best job ever!’ Love Island Australia’s Teddy Briggs has spoken of his past as a topless waiter as photos emerge of the hunk posing shirtless in a club wearing briefs and a bow tie – he said in a comment.

Teddy Male Stripper

The image above features Teddy in a sports mood wrapped in a pair of briefs and black jeans pulled down towards his glutes.

Being around five other muscular guys, Teddy remains a center of attention through an ‘Infinity’ tattoo on his right chest. The picture was posted by his former college a caption read ‘Best job ever’.

While scrolling down you would find another image that features the stripper hooking his thumbs in the pocket of his jeans and posting to be seductive. The pictures came live on social media after the OK! Magazine announced that Teddy was a member of elite Adelaide based male entertainment agency.

Teddy

The stripper agency Man Netic Entertainment is too curious to witness Teddy make his television debut. While adding a description about itself Man Netic Entertainment writes ‘provides first-class service, new concepts, new men and better ways to entertain.’

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