Abbey Clancy nips out!

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WORK­ERS ex­posed to the el­e­ments ac­count for 2 per­cent of cases of the most deadly form of skin can­cer.

Ex­po­sure to harm­ful ul­tra­vi­o­let rays from the sun while at work leads to one death and five new cases of malig­nant melanoma ev­ery week, a new study claims.

Construction work­ers are most at risk of malig­nant melanoma fol­lowed by those who work in agri­cul­ture.

Po­lice, the Armed Forces and other pub­lic ad­min­is­tra­tion work­ers are also sus­cep­ti­ble, ac­cord­ing to the study pub­lished in the Bri­tish Jour­nal of Can­cer.

Re­searchers es­ti­mate there are 48 deaths and 241 cases of melanoma skin can­cer each year in Bri­tain caused by peo­ple be­ing ex­posed to the sun while work­ing.

Dr Les­ley Rush­ton, lead re­searcher from Im­pe­rial Col­lege Lon­don, said: “This re­search shows that you don’t have to work in the Mediter­ranean or a tra­di­tion­ally sunny coun­try for the sun to dam­age your skin.” BOX jel­ly­fish have 64 ar­ses MODEL Abbey Clancy cel­e­brated her 31st birth­day last week... and to cel­e­brate we found her HOTTEST ever pic­tures.

The foot­baller’s wife has some se­ri­ously smok­ing pic­tures – and we’ve dug through the archives to bring you the sexy snap­shots.

In the raunchy images, Abbey is pic­tured show­ing off plenty of saucy side­boob at an ex­clu­sive fash­ion party back in 2012.

We also un­cov­ered racy pic­tures of the stunna dressed in some ex­tremely re­veal­ing lin­gerie, leav­ing lit­tle to the imag­i­na­tion.

She’s seen strik­ing up a num­ber of poses in the kinky set and her boobs are barely cov­ered in her lacy sheer bra.

Her nip­ples have made ap­pear­ances – one broke free from her flimsy white dress in April 2009 when she was snapped leav­ing an awards cer­e­mony.

Abbey shot to fame in 2006 when she was run­ner-up in Season 2 of Bri­tain’s Next Top Model.

She is mar­ried to Stoke City striker Peter Crouch, 35, and still stuns with sexy self­ies and raunchy shoots.

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