Turning 100-years-old is an absolute feat to accomplish and when this great-great granny turned centennial she was given an extra special treat and celebrate her birthday with two naked hunks.

  • Great-great grandmother had a cheeky 100th birthday celebration with two naked men.
  • Doll Jenkin invited two buff butlers as a special request to celebrated with her on her special day
  • The naked hunks who visited the care home last year as part of the “Sparkle” initiative, where staff raise money to make residents’ wishes come true

Doll Jenkin had a cheeky wish for her 100th birthday and was fulfilled when staff at her retirement home hired the buff butlers for her very special party.

A year ago, residents at Milton Lodge made international news after residents requested the naked hunks to come and serve a three-course meal.

Doll was so impressed that she invited two butlers back to Milton Lodge to celebrate with her, her family and staff at the home in Colchester, Essex.

Leigha Jones, senior carer at the home, said Doll had a great time with them, she said:

“Her face just lit up when they came in, she was beaming. We all sat in the lounge area waiting for them and when they came in she was a bit taken aback.”

‘She told them to go and put some clothes on, but she soon came out of her shell and was flirting and smacking their bottoms.

Doll was having the greatest time of her life and according to staff, she didn’t want the topless hunks to leave.

‘She loved it and she kept asking them to come back and say goodbye to her properly.

“She kept asking if we could go and find the naked men again.

“She is a lot younger at heart – she still gets around and walks when she feels strong enough and she still laughs and jokes.

“There is never a time when she is not smiling,” Leigha Jones said.

The butlers served sandwiches and scones at the birthday tea party, where Doll – who has six grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and four great, great grandchildren – was joined by family and friends.

The naked hunks visited the care home last year as part of the “Sparkle” initiative, where staff raise money to make residents’ wishes come true.

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