By Becky Freeth for MailOnline. But his latest tactics for promoting a new single were far from their fresh-faced teenage days on Tuesday night, when he performed a strip tease at BPM New York gay club. The youngest band member, Nick, entertained his gay fans with solo track Jealous on the club's Gay College night before flashing his refined abs and flexing his muscles while standing on a podium. Scroll down for video. Sandwiched between nearly-naked men with dollar bills wedged in their Y-fronts, Nick ripped open his white shirt, after shedding his suit jacket. Looking noticeably transformed from his awkward teen years, the singer boasted a gym-honed physique, which he proudly unveiled inside the Manhattan venue.
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By Connor Boyd For Mailonline. Prince Charles ' uncle and valued mentor Lord Mountbatten was a 'homosexual with a perversion for young boys', according to a secret dossier compiled by the FBI. One source said Mountbatten's penchant for young men made him 'an unfit man to direct any sort of military operations'. The files paint a very different picture of the last viceroy of India - who was hailed as a war hero who led allied efforts in southeast Asia before he was assassinated in by an IRA bomb. Prince Charles' uncle and valued mentor Lord Mountbatten pictured together was a 'homosexual with a perversion for young boys', according to a secret dossier compiled by the FBI. The intelligence files describe the 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma and his wife Edwina pictured in their younger days as 'persons of extremely low morals' who frequently had extramarital affairs. It is not known why agents began compiling the dossier, but the FBI has long been known to keep compromising material on high-profile figures, most famously Martin Luther King.
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Boy Scouts , organization, originally for boys from 11 to 14 or 15 years of age, that aimed to develop in them good citizenship, chivalrous behaviour, and skill in various outdoor activities. Their training would consist of such things as tracking and reconnaissance, mapping, signaling, knotting, first aid, and all the skills that arise from camping and similar outdoor activities. To become a scout, a boy would promise to be loyal to his country, help other people, and in general obey the scout law, itself a simple code of chivalrous behaviour easily understood by the boy. That basic pattern of scouting aims and emphases has continued. In every country where scouting exists, it involves a scout oath or promise; a scout law, with such small variations as national traditions and culture demand; an emphasis on the delights of the outdoor life and the pursuit of such outdoor activities as camping, swimming, sailing, climbing, canoeing, and exploring caves; a progressive training rewarded by the granting of certain badges; and the encouragement of a daily good deed.
What we need now are smilers and inspirers, activity planners and Zoomers - all round team players to support our young people. The good news is you shape what you do and decide how much time you give. Scouts is needed now more than ever.