A topless model has unveiled the new Ayr United kit wearing just body paint in a racy photo shoot. The Scottish League One leaders have once again gone for the steamy approach to launch their new strip for fans.
For the last two seasons sponsors Bodog, the online betting company, caused a stir when their model ditched all her clothes to promote The Honest Men’s kit covered in just body paint.
And while Bodog’s seven-year tie with the club has come to an end – the topless models are here to stay.
Waving the flag for equality, new sponsors CoinGeek.com unveiled the strip using model Amber Sienna alongside topless male model Dale Archer.
And keeping abreast with the changing currency market, the Honest Men have become the first Scottish side to be paid in Bitcoin Cash( BCH).
Ayr United’s commercial manager, Graeme Miller, said: “We were initially approached to see whether we could accept sponsorship payment in BCH.
“It was a big learning curve for us but we are very happy to be the first club to accept not just payment by BCH but also to promote the cryptocurrency to a wider audience.”