Flight Centre’s massive 40th birthday is just weeks away, and to celebrate, they are looking to go BIG in a very naked, back to nature kinda way.
Are you up for flying around the world completely in the buff?
The red and white Captains are now searching for 40 eager customers to strip off and take off, as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most passengers on a commercial round-the-world flight – all wearing nothing but their birthday suits!
The iconic travel brand is on the hunt for 40 naked volunteers to fly from the UK to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, on a “truly unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime trip.”
It certainly promises to be unforgettable. For everyone onboard.
What’s in it for our naked flyers?
Aside from getting a free round the world trip and the kudos of breaking a Guinness World Record, our intrepid travellers will get to party sky-high in their birthday suits (and masks obviously).
They’ll also become famous globally thanks to the power of social media that will reveal who they really are as naked and pure human beings.
“If you’re feeling daring, we want to hear from YOU. And don’t worry, you can leave your hat on…”
Interested applicants can head to www.flightcentre.com.au/take-off to submit their ‘entry’.
Oh, and by the way, in case you were wondering, 40 Flight Centre employees have already signed up given clothes are “optional” as standard travel policy anyway.
The question now is, will Skroo Turner be leading the charge as it were to smash the record?
Stay tuned for more information as it comes to hand.
Ps. Surely this isn’t an April fool?
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