Dash of Chivalry offers ‘gentlemen’ rather than strippers.
Ms Malcolm (23) acted on the idea after being disappointed with an experience attempting to book a topless driver for a wine tour hens party.
‘My friends aren’t in to strippers and there’s no other alternative,’ she said.
‘There’s nothing wrong with a stripper, they just don’t suit everyone.’
The five men on offer can be put to work at an event as a driver, waiter, barman or guitarist capitalising on their own unique talents.
Leigh White (32), a personal trainer, and Dylan Hoyne (19), a law student, were among 30 men that Ms Malcolm interviewed for the positions.
‘I liked the way the position was advertised, it was about being a gentleman rather than a stripper,’ Mr White said.
‘I was asked ‘what is a gentleman’ and ‘what is their role in society’. Chivalry still has a place in our society.’
Ms Malcolm, who is studying Certificate 4 in Youth Services, launched the online business in December and plans to expand to include women.