The Apprentice hunk Joe Phillips poses completely naked in outrageous pics from rugby match | The Sun

THE Apprentice hunk Joe Phillips posed completely naked in outrageous pictures from a rugby match.

The businessman is one of 18 new candidates vying for the £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar when The Apprentice returns on Thursday night.

Joe describes himself as "the James Bond of the business world" and hopes to help "save the ocean" if he wins the prize.

However, when Joe isn't focusing on his conservation work, he's having a lot of fun – particularly with his rugby pals.

Joe played for a number of teamsand his Instagram is full of pictures from his time on and off the pitch.

One cheeky snap saw Joe and most of his rugby team pose completely naked near a river.

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Other pictures show them having fun on the team bus and in the changing rooms after a victory.

Whether Joe gets up to any similarly cheeky antics on The Apprentice remains to be seen, but he is certainly determined to win.

He said: "I don’t deserve Lord Sugar’s investment more than anyone else in the process, but I do think I have something that they don’t.

"If Lord Sugar wants to invest in a business to help save the ocean, one lip balm at a time, then I’m his guy."

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He added: "I studied zoology and animal behaviour and specialised at being a safari guide in South Africa.

"So, I think with regards to entering The Apprentice, that gives me the edge I need, to be unique enough to succeed in the process."

Joe also has a point to prove, explaining: "My biggest weakness is my dyslexia.

"At school, I really struggled to keep my head above water.

"But now, this perceived weakness which held me back at school has become a driving force for me to succeed and prove what I’m capable of."

The Apprentice starts on Thursday, January 5 at 9pm on BBC One.

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