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INTERNATIONAL model Stevel Marc is hot and he knows it. On Friday night the 26-year-old Jamaican had women of all ages and colours drooling when he showed off his assets.
Modelling the Fabiani underwear at the Joburg Fashion Week, Marc enchanted most of the revellers. Just when the audience began admiring the brand's beautiful designs, the hunk grabbed his manhood and began gyrating suggestively.
Excited females stood up and cheered. Clapping hands in unison, they took pictures of him with their cellphones and cameras as the eye candy flaunted his goods.
The hot model is no stranger to the local celebrity scene. He also features in the Standard Bank membazonly advert, among other TV ads.
He told Sowetan that the moves that sent women wild were not planned.
"I did not want to be another guy with a six pack walking on the ramp. I wanted to be different. Though I did not plan what I did I don't regret it. It was fun."
But not everyone was amused by Marc's sexual display. Some in the audience - men and women - murmured in disgust and looked away.
Marc said the designers were also surprised by what he did because it was not rehearsed.
"The designers were shocked because it was not part of rehearsals. I like to enjoy myself when I'm modelling. I enjoy showing off my funny side. I am a different model and therefore I do things differently."
Among those in attendance were businessman Patrice Motsepe and his wife Precious, Tony Yengeni and former beauty queen Augustine Masilela-Chuene and her hubby Bally Chuene.
Fabiani is a favoured brand for power-dressers, and popular with politicians and business folk.
Its shows attract huge female audiences who come in droves to drool over hunky models.