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Flip Fuck: Brock Avery & Sailor Boy James

BONUS HOLE BOYS

Runtime: 53 min.

Hunky Brock Avery and otter dreamboat Sailor James were a dream pair on this hot warehouse worker role play featuring Bonus Hole Boy’s first ever flip fuck scene. This musky man babe scene features hard fucking for both men on a bare mattress, smoking, blow jobs, sloppy rimming, rough housing, choking, and plenty of make outs and dirty talk.

Sailor is new on the job and finally find his way to the sub-basement for a secret smoke. He finds a secret breakroom with his hunky co-worker Brock already enjoying a smoke. Both guys do as guys will when left alone with some free time and start fucking around. Both muscular men deliver artful blowjobs in an industrial set with their union suits around their knees. Brock Avery is as greedy a bottom as he is a demanding top, so when it was suggested that Sailor might turn the tables on him he was quick to take the offer. He took Sailor’s enthusiastic topping like champ, riding that cock on many orgasmic waves. When Sailor takes his turn face down on the mattress his pleasure is palpable as Brock grinds him into the floor, choking and slapping him as he gets rammed with a rock hard dick until he gets rewarded with a belly covered in hot cum. Thanks guys!




Movie Title: Flip Fuck: Brock Avery & Sailor Boy James
Production date: 12/28/14
Studio: Bonus Hole Boys
Custodian Of Records Information:
L. Young
1458 San Bruno unit B7,
San Francisco CA 94110
USA





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