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The ‘Putin Shirtless Challenge’ is Prompting Hundreds of Russian Men to Strip Down and Show Off: PHOTOS

Following the recent publication of new photos of Vladimir Putin putting on an annual macho shirtless show in the Russian wilderness, Pavel Durov, the founder of the social networking sites VKontakte and Telegram, set up a challenge for his followers… Read The post The ‘Putin Shirtless Challenge’ is Prompting Hundreds of Russian Men to Strip Down and Show Off: PHOTOS appeared first on Towleroad.
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