Sichuan Southwest Vocational College of Civil Aviation in Chengdu, in China’s Sichuan Province, put on a “Victoria’s Secret Christmas Show” on Christmas Eve with a group of its gorgeous students parading their dresses, wings, and shirtless bodies.
Female students paraded and danced while donning their Christmas-themed outfits as the artificial snow fell from above, according to Shanghaiist.
Meanwhile, the male students showed how fearless they were despite the cold weather that day, pulling off dazzling routines without their shirts on.
“We are all in excellent shape, so it wasn’t a challenge,” one of the male students at the college said.
Judging from the photos, everyone at the college appeared to have a blast during the event. Many netizens attending other colleges in the country were reportedly filled with envy, lamenting their decision to go to the wrong university.
The Sichuan Southwest Vocational College of Civil Aviation has made headlines over the past couple of years, revealing that it took 1 billion RMB (nearly $153 million) to build the “European-style campus,” which opened in Chengdu in 2015, China News reported.
Since then, the college occasionally releases photos every few weeks for publicity, including military/security training pictures and a student dressed in a mermaid costume.
Unfortunately, not all aspiring flight attendants will get a chance to apply to the college. Students who would like to enroll may need to pass the A4 waist paper test before they are considered.