Please Sign In. Login or Sign Up now to post a comment! Read more about how to report abuse and violations. Tipping is the best way to show appreciation for your favorite models, and to encourage 'em to make new videos. You're such a big Fan that you actually wanted to sign up a 2nd time.
Naked girls wrestle in muddy water and straddle each other at Woodstock music festival in Poland
Why have the girls in Bikinis for the Mud Wrestling when you can pay that little bit more and get them totally naked!! We supply the girls, Mud, lights and music and all you need to do is make sure the stag has a fair fight. You get two naked in bikinis fighting the stag or you!! Or for extra you can have up to four beautiful, naked sexy women to fight in the best mud money can buy. Wrestle with lights, music and you and the group as the referee. This is a private event and only your group will be at the event when fighting. Takes place in a centrally located bar which is privately rented for your group only.
Let's get ready to rumble with two sexy girls, covered in mud, fighting it out to be the stags champion during his stag do. Regardless of where you want to head during for your mate's stag weekend, Mud Wrestling is one activity that is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser! Mud wrestling is one of the most straightforward activities you can imagine. The name says it all - it's about wrestling in an arena full of mud! And, when it comes to Sexy Mud Wrestling on a stag do, it involves two beautiful girls to fight in the mud for your entertainment.
The festival-goers were pictured getting down and dirty at the "Woodstock Festival Poland" held to celebrate diversity and tolerance. The event has faced pressure recently from the conservative anti-migrant government. The festival is taking place this year in a spirit of defiance due to new restrictions and pressure put on it by the conservative pro-Catholic ruling party, Law and Justice. The Interior Ministry recently classified the event in Kostrzyn nad Odra, a town near the German border, as "high risk," forcing organisers to hire more security forces.