On the Road



So we are on the road, traveling around Australia on a mission to arm people with Melanoma Awareness and to put on a damn good show for all the hens parties out there. Big thanks to Alain and Hannah Grant in Hervey Bay for their hospitality last night. Alain, we solved a fair few of the worlds problems over a glass of red wine or two. After a shaky start we ventured down the back of his farm in search of a good spot to get my very first shot for the tour, and what better place to find one than on a their farm. Gum tree, rifle, Australian Flag and a man in nothing but his boots and hat. 






Late Night Gents on Tour Press Release 


Contact: Aaron Maloney, Late Night Gents Australia.

0402 900 559


Instagram - @latenightgents
Personal Instagram - @azzamaloney 



Melanoma skin cancer is the 4th most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia today. In 2018, it is estimated that 14,320 new cases of melanoma skin cancer will be diagnosed in Australia.

Approximately 2 in 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, with more than 750,000 people treated for one or more non-melanoma skin cancers in Australia each year. But when was the last time you had your skin checked?

My Story:

When my oldest friend in the world sat me down and told me 'don't freak out,' I freaked out. My friend and I are now 30 years old and both grew up on the Gold Coast. She had been putting off her skin check for months, and had finally been pushed by her boyfriend to visit a skin specialist. The news wasn't great, and she was scared. Preparing me for the worst, she had only one piece of advice: Get your skin checked and don't wait another day. 12 months down the track we are still lucky enough to have her in our lives. So far 10 for 10 melanomas have been cut out and tested positive, but she's still alive. 

About 4 years ago, as a way to earn extra cash, I approached a local strip club in Queenstown, New Zealand where I was previously residing about the possibility of doing some topless waitering and learning the trade of male stripping. Since then I have started my own business (Late Night Gents) dedicated to entertaining girls for their bachelorette and hens parties. The male stripping industry shouldn't be taken too seriously. It should be hilarious, a little rique, and above all, FUN!

My Goal:


I, Aaron (Stripper name Van) plan to strip my way around Australia raising money for Melanoma Institute Australia. Every dollar earned will be donated. My goal is to arm as many people as I can with awareness. We as Australians know the capabilities and dangers of the sun, but can you remember the last time you had your skin checked? I certainly couldn't. The message is clear, GET CHECKED. 

Aaron & Late Night Gents embarks on a tour around Australia with two messages.

Message 1: Your Ladies night should be fun and exciting. Late Night Gents will provide you with hilarious entertainment that you and your girlfriends will never stop giggling at! 

Message 2: Get your skin checked regularly. What better way to get this message across by taking my own clothes off to encourage you to see your local skin specialist to take off yours!


Aaron is available for Interviews at any time.