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2016 Summer Olympic Hunks: Tonga Parade of Nations Flag Bearer Pita Taufatofua Brings Back Baby Oil – Video

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Shirtless and oiled-up Tonga Olympian Pita Taukatofua has sent gay men and women on social media around the world into an epic meltdown.

The Taekwondo athlete led his country’s delegation as its flag bearer during the Olympics opening ceremony — walking into Maracanã Stadium shirtless and completely covered in baby oil.

Taukatofua marched in proudly waving the flag of the tiny Polynesian nation, wearing nothing but a ta’ovala, or Tongan mat.

People watching the ceremony went bonkers over the greasy hunky athlete.

Taukatofua, 32, was born in Australia but wanted to compete for his father’s country.

He qualified in April after trying  to make the two previous Olympics.

The website generosity.com says he  ‘sacrificed his whole adult life working in homeless shelters with the underprivileged.’

All that and caring too.





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