Sigh, why couldn’t we have had Dr. Claudia Diaz in school? The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology lecturer utilized an unorthodox method to teach her students human anatomy: stripping a hot soccer stud down to his briefs and painting muscles over his muscles.
The stud in question, 22-year-old chiropractic student Zac O’Brien, was paid $500 to sit still for 18 hours as his classmates turned him into the “anatomical man,” using smudge-free body paint.
”Between 3am and 6am was a really hard period where not much happened,” O’Brien told The Age, “then after that we had about 50 nursing students in here.”
Dr. Diaz began the whole “anatomical man” idea in 2010 as a way to get the kids excited about anatomy, and since then students are lining up to strip down. “‘I couldn’t get the kids to keep their clothes on,” Diaz said. “They were all throwing them off.”
Sign us up, Doc.
Photos: Simon O’Dwyer | The Age
h/t: Beautiful Decay