The pictures are from CFNM
I've done my best to eliminate female figures but you have been warned!.
Model No 1
This is Roger. He has a nice homely look about him, but in the story he is a Policeman with a weakness for abusing his authority to intimidate and grope suspects. Planning revenge, his victims lure him to a photographic studio and offer him the chance to become a model.
In his conceit, he doesn't take much persuading
His confidence wavers somewhat when he's presented with swimming trunks to wear.
He's seen swimmers in Speedo's on TV and their costumes always look very brief
They feel even briefer when he puts them on, since he's used to wearing underpants with a more higher waistline. With the photographer watching him dress, he feels very exposed indeed.
Members of the public usually only see him in his heavy Police Uniform.
Then he remembers that he's still on duty and he'll be for it if the Force find out about this.
The photographer reassures him by telling him she won't tell and he looks real good.
The shoot proceeds
Like Roger, the prospect of posing in nothing but a pair of brief Speedo's is daunting for Ray.
Although he's a sportsman, he's a regular bloke and not accustomed to flaunting his body.
As Roger found, just putting these trunks on demonstrates they are very brief indeed.
Ray's a big boy, the trunks feel and look much skimpier on him. (Just right in fact!)
They're tighter too, pulling up the waist pulls them right up between his legs.
Ray complains to the interviewer about the tight fit, but secretly he's pleased,
together with the lack of dressing rooms, he's already got two excuses for failing this interview.
But he's shocked when the photographer checks the fit for herself
by feeling the tightness of his pouch!
She expresses doubt. Surely Ray isn't big enough downstairs to have such a problem?
To his embarrassment, she even looks inside to see, making more disparaging comments.
He senses this isn't a normal interview.
While she's in there she notices certain white 'marks' on the fabric.
It's obviously stuff which can only have been put there by a man.
The accusation goes unsaid, but the implication makes Ray go bright red.
He's fairly sure it wasn't him that put it there, but if not him, who?
If someone else has had the trunks on long enough to do that in them,
then he's not very happy about having them next to his skin.
Normally he'd storm out of the interview at this point.
but he's on a warning from the Job Centre, so he can't.
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