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Tom Daley Shares His Naked Photo to Promote New Keek Account

October 29, 2012, 6:15 am GMT

The winner of a bronze medal in 2012 Olympic Games for men's 10 meter platform posts his naked picture on Facebook, Twitter, as well as Lockerz to promote his account on Keek.



Tom Daley surprised his fans when he sent a photograph of him in his birth suit on Facebook, Twitter, as well as Lockerz on Sunday, October 28. He shared the photo in order to ask his fans to follow him on Keek, a free online social network, which enables the users to upload video as updated status.

In the picture, he gleams while holding the only thing to cover up his penis which is a sheet of paper written down, "Follow me on Keek! @TomDaley1994". In those social networks, he left the same message to his fans, saying, "Cheeky pic ;) everyone follow me on keek! You will love it :D."

The naked image provoked many responses from his fans. On his Facebook, a fan commented, "Are you trying to kill me Tom?!" Another one said, "Everyone will follow Tom because everyone will see his bum :L." Meanwhile, on Lockerz, a follower stated, "He's sexy and he knows it."

On Tom's Keek page, a video of him getting a haircut was posted on the same day he posted the picture. Some fans have reacted to it. A fan commented, "You're so cute tom!," while another one uttered, "The way he says 'stop it!' ahhhh, he's too sexy!"

Tom gained his popularity through his career as a diving athlete. The Plymouth-born diver has participated in national and international competitions since he was still nine and is a specialist in 10-meter platform event. He was the youngest competitor in 2008 Summer Olympics and the youngest one to participate in the final. In 2012 Olympic Games, he won a bronze medal for men's 10 meter platform.

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