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Casket Company Selling Nude Calendar For Charity [Casket Porn]

December 1, 2013

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Casket Company Selling Nude Calendar For Charity [Casket Porn]

Article originally posted on NYDailyTimes.com

Lindner’s 2014 calendar features voluptuous models posing nude next to luxury caskets. The owner said all sales revenue from the calendars go to charity.

The racy pictures are part of a calendar made by a Polish coffin company.

This calendar is dead sexy!

A Polish coffin company has come up a creepy calendar starring scantily-clad models.

Zbigniew Lindner said all revenue generated from the calendars will go to charity.

PETER FALENCIK

Zbigniew Lindner said all revenue generated from the calendars will go to charity.

Lindner’s 2014 effort – photographed by Peter Falencik – shows voluptuous models posing suggestively next to its products.

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Zbigniew Lidner said he hopes the pictures said he hopes the pictures show that coffins can be more than sacred objects.

PETER FALENCIK

Zbigniew Lidner said he hopes the pictures said he hopes the pictures show that coffins can be more than sacred objects.

Some online jokers have suggested the $50 journal is a bid to drum up more customers by inducing older buyers into having heart-attacks.

It was the latest controversy sparked by the firm, which came under fire last year by the Catholic Church — which said “human death should be respected and not mixed with sex.”

The company was under fire last year by the Catholic Church - which argued death should not be mixed with sex.

PETER FALENCIK

The company was under fire last year by the Catholic Church – which argued death should not be mixed with sex.

But owner Zbigniew Lindner — who makes 11,000 caskets a month — defended the promo stunt.

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The company’s owner defended the stunt as a way to show “the beauty of Polish girls and the beauty of our coffins.”

PETER FALENCIK

The company’s owner defended the stunt as a way to show “the beauty of Polish girls and the beauty of our coffins.”

“My son had the idea of creating the company’s calendar so we could show something half-serious, colorful, beautiful; the beauty of Polish girls and the beauty of our coffins,” he declared.

“So much work goes into our coffins […]only seen for a few moments at the funeral. We wanted to show a coffin shouldn’t be a sacred object – it’s furniture, the last bed you’ll ever sleep in,” he said.

The Polish coffin company, Lindner’s, makes about 11,000 pictures each month.

PETER FALENCIK

The Polish coffin company, Lindner’s, makes about 11,000 pictures each month.

“It isn’t a religious symbol. Its a product. Why are people afraid of coffins and not of business suits, cosmetics or jewelry?” he added.

All sales revenue from the calendars go to charity.