Male beauty contestants do civic duty in Pattaya

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Contestants, students, and organizers took to the stage for a group photo.
Contestants, students, and organizers took to the stage for a group photo.

Contestants of the Thai­land’s Mister Supranational pageant painted walls and donated supplies to Nong­prue schools during a stop in Pattaya.

Pattaya spokesman Pinit Maneerat, Nongprue Deputy Mayor Eneak Pattana-gnam and Principal Nuanapa Sonjaikha welcomed the 77 contestants to Nongprue School Aug. 16.

Contestants of the Thailand’s Mister Supranational pageant painted walls and donated supplies to Nongprue schools during a stop in Pattaya.
Contestants of the Thailand’s Mister Supranational pageant painted walls and donated supplies to Nongprue schools during a stop in Pattaya.

The visit to Pattaya was part of the second-year pageant’s effort to make merit and perform community service by painting the walls of Nongprue School and donating textbooks, notebooks and other items.

Launched in 2016 by the Panama-based World Beauty Association, the Mister Supranational pageant seeks to discover new talent for the modeling and television industries and produce “instant celebrities”, according to its website.

Thirty-six countries, including Thailand, participated in the first pageant which crowned Diego Garcy of Mexico the winner. This year’s pageant will be held in Poland in December.