Neighbours star Matt Wilson bulging in wet underwear is a sight to behold…

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Yes, we did zoom in. 

Ever since his memorable introduction as a stripper in 2015, Neighbours star Matt Wilson has become a huge hit with TV critics and audiences due to his likeable, endearing personality. The cheeky smile and buff bod probably helps too.

Over the years, the Australian hunk hasn’t shied away from taking his kit off – remember that time he stripped on the red carpet of the ARIA awards?

Fortunately for us, his Instagram contains a hell of a lot of shirtless-ness, and his latest post is undoubtedly one of his sexiest so far. The photo in question shows Matt in just wet underwear. Bulging.

See for yourselves…

Hiking in soggy clothes. Yay

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See? We bet you zoomed in too.

Here’s a few more of his hottest Instagram photos. We have no doubt in our mind that you’ll be pressing the follow button after this.

Dr Karl v Aaron Brennan. Mind. Blown. @fletchy1 @neighbours

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The little nugget needs a life jacket ????

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aB

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#throwbackthursday to the good times with @aussiebum_team

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Nothing to do but nothing. #holidays @sheep_shearer @jarredbouffier

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#aussieBum #comiccon

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