Fireman Mark Alfredson will use his stint in the Tradies Calendar to promote fire safety.
Fireman Mark Alfredson will use his stint in the Tradies Calendar to promote fire safety. Angel Photografix

They don't come hotter

FIREFIGHTER Mark Alfredson hopes taking off his clothes could save someone's life.

Mr June said he disrobed for the Daily News 2012-2013 Warwick Workman's Calendar to raise awareness about fire safety.

"The main part of our job as fire fighters is to be proactive in preventing fires," he said.

"And to get the opportunity to represent Safe Home (fire safety campaign) and gain exposure to the number of people who will see the calendar in the community may save somebody somewhere."

Mr Alfredson was just one of many Warwick men - from electricians to builders - who got their kits off to be photographed by Angel Photografix for the calendar.

Pick up your copy in the June 30 edition of the Daily News (included in the cover price of $1.10) or, if you miss out, head into the Daily News office at 50 Albion St and grab one for $2.



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