Free Stock Photo Site is Full of Ripped Asian Guys Doing Random Things

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A muscular Japanese man recently launched a stock photo website containing pictures of himself and other hunky men doing random, everyday tasks all while shirtless.

Akihito launched the stock photo website Muscle Plus after he encountered some problems while looking for specific images online, according to SoraNews24.

The project started with Akihito being the only model featured on the stock photo website.

After it took off, several men later joined him to pose shirtless and do random things in front of the camera.

Those who are looking for something else will have to go elsewhere as Muscle Plus only contains pictures of ripped men.

The website has a lot of pictures showing muscular men doing simple tasks topless, including answering phone calls, eating watermelon on the beach and drinking under the hot, scorching sun.

There are also odd images thrown in there for comedy’s sake.

Anyone order a package?

Anyone need a bodyguard?

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Perhaps you’ve felt this kind of heartbreak before.

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There’s nothing like a nice meal outside to bring everyone together.

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Would you brawl on the beach with these ripped men?

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Nothing like a beach workout with watermelon squats or just laying out in the sun.

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Akihito is fully aware that only a few people may find a use for the pictures. However, many illustrators have since visited Muscle Plus to get reference photos.

Images via Muscle Plus

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