These nude dudes might be taking it off for a good cause, but after you see them, you might wish they would put it all back on.
Florida's Forever Young Dancers are an all-male revue who routinely strip down for charity.
And while they might sound like a group of charitable Chippendales, they definitely don't look the part — most of them could be your grandpa.
"We're the Chippendales with wrinkles," 69-year-old dancer Jerry "Jay" Hamill said.
Founder Fred Clausen, 76, says he got the idea for the titillating troupe after a friend (amid a conversation about "The Full Monty") suggested he give stripping a try back in 1997, The St. Petersburg Times reports.
"I thought, 'Why the hell not?' An old buck can do what these young guys can do," Clausen said.
As fate would have it, some other old bucks agreed.
The Forever Young Dancers have been stripping down for various causes and posing for risqué calendars ever since — with the help of a few G-strings and strategically-placed props.
Dancer Dick Baker, 72, says the group is especially popular with the Red Hat Society, a social network for women over 50.
"The ladies like us," Baker said.
"Our Red Hatters can get risqué sometimes," Marilyn Waltz, queen mother of the West Coast Queens Council of the Red Hat Society said. "What happens with the Red Hatters [is that] sometimes they can revert back to being naughty girls. I think that's a good way to put it."
But not all of the ladies are into the distinctive shake of an aged behind.
Elise Gorski, 75, and a member of two Red Hat groups, says she'd take the toned tush of a younger rump-shaker over the more … uh … seasoned skin of The Forever Young Dancers any day.
"Their bodies sag. I'd rather have one that just got off the treadmill," Gorski said. "If I'm going to look, I want to look at something gorgeous that has teeth, that has hair..."
But the dancers insist their distinguished appearances are just part of the fun, and that most of the ladies at their shows get the joke.
And as for the group's future, it looks like they're aiming high.
"We'd like to shake our booty for Oprah," Baker said.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) — Firefighters had to be called out to free a meddling kid who got her head caught in a Scooby-Doo Halloween display.
Caroline LaFountain was visiting Sunnyside Gardens in Saratoga Springs with her kindergarten class yesterday when she put her head through a plywood cutout of the Daphne character from the "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" cartoon show.
When she tried to get out, her head got stuck.
Firefighters had to be called in. After several attempts to get her out, they had to use a handsaw to cut the plywood and extricate the five-year-old from the display.
The owner of the nursery says about 5,000 kids visit his pumpkin patch each fall and it's the first time one of them has gotten stuck one of the Halloween displays.
This Just in From the 'Epic Whooping, Betty Crocker-Style' Department
MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — A woman watching television in her nightgown raced from her bedroom and attacked a man with a cooking pot after he stole golf clubs from her porch, police said.
Sabrena Davis said she first grabbed a knife after a neighbor yelled to tell her that a man had taken the clubs, but then decided to instead attack him with a 10-inch cooking pot.
"I started beating him with it. He asked for it," she said.
Davis' attack slowed Timothy A. Simison, 27, until police arrested him outside her home Tuesday morning shortly after she had whacked him in the head and shoulders with the pot.
The Hartford City man, who was being held without bond Wednesday at the Delaware County Jail, faces preliminary charges of attempted burglary and theft.
Police said Simison was on a crack cocaine binge when he tried burglarizing the two-story house where Davis, 36, lives with her brother, Maurice Garrett.
A neighbor who noticed Simison on the enclosed front porch where Garrett keeps tool boxes, tackle boxes and golf clubs cornered Simison on the porch and yelled to Davis, who ran downstairs and attacked with the pot.
Simison tried to escape custody several times, including working his handcuffed hands from behind his back to his front by passing them under his feet, said Muncie police Lt. Al Williams.
When police searched Simison before placing him in a holding cell at city hall, they found a cell phone in one of his socks belonging to one of the officers who had transported him.
"Talk about a klepto. If you sit back and look at this, it's almost comical," Williams said.
Police said they found a stolen lawnmower in a car Simison had parked behind Davis' house.
She May Be a Bad Driver, but at Least She Knows How to Make an Entrance
PORTAGE, Ind. (AP) — A young woman's goal of getting her driver's license crashed this week — right into the license branch. The 20-year-old woman was pulling into a parking spot outside the license branch when she hit the accelerator instead of the brake, Assistant Fire Chief Mike Bucy said.
The car jumped a small curb and went into the building about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, tearing out a large glass window and damaging a door and low brick wall.
Neither the driver nor the examiner, who weren't identified, were injured. Bucy said a person in the building sustained a hip injury and was examined by emergency medical personnel but declined to be taken to the hospital.
The driver's car had damage to its hood and fenders.
Amazing Travel manager Susan Williams said she thought something had exploded next door.
"We jumped up and we went to the door and saw the car half in and half out of the license bureau," Williams said.
The building was closed for the remainder of the day, but reopened Wednesday.
The young driver, meanwhile, failed the test.
"I think it's fair to say the customer did not meet the required criteria," said Greg Cook, a Bureau of Motor Vehicles spokesman.
The Jolly Green Giant's Going to Be So Mad When He Finds Out About This
MIAMI (AP) — Miami-Dade firefighters spent more than two hours putting out a giant toilet paper fire.
The call came in this morning as a building fire. But when firefighters arrived at the scene, they found the 1,000 lb. giant roll in the back of a semitrailer up in flames.
They had to use a forklift to get it out and extinguish the fire.
One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Poor!
MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Mexican tequila bottler has made his mark in the record books.
Fernando Altamirano, owner of Tequila Ley 925, said Thursday that his claim to have sold the most expensive bottle of liquor ever has been certified by the Guinness World Records.
Altamirano earned the distinction from a July sale in Mexico City of a $225,000 bottle of tequila encased in white gold and platinum. He said the buyer was a private collector from Las Vegas who does not want his identity disclosed.
Compiled by FOXNews.com's Taylor Timmins.
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