Reclusive media mogul Rupert Murdoch was forced into taking direct action following an embarrassing mix up over one of its recent Page Three beauties yesterday and apologised in person to readers of The Sun newspaper.
Earlier in the week readers of The Sun had been stunned by the curvaceous Thai beauty Kiki Mayoo featured on Tuesday’s page three and had not been at all surprised to find she currently enjoys the title of Miss Bangkok 2010
However, they were equally stunned and more than a little surprised to find Miss Mayoo was not only the delightful Miss Bangkok 2010 but also the less than delightful Mister Bangcock 2010 and was clearly holding more than just the two beauty titles simultaneously at the time of going to print.
The faux pas came to light when Sun photographers realised the strategically placed ‘policeman’s helmet’ used by Miss Bangkok to conceal her modesty, actually turned out to be the real thing and helped explain why she was constantly polishing it.
Page Three devotees were horrified to discover that Miss Bangkok 2010 was in fact able to offer a whole range of juicy plums in which they could bury their heads.
It seems Miss Bangkok; vital statistics 38-24-36 had forgotten to mention the most vital statistic of all...not only was she struggling to contain a set of eye-watering jugs on page three, but down below she was struggling to contain an equally eye-watering but rather less attractive 10 ½ inches of prime Thai real estate. This was one box of tricks Sun readers had not bargained for.
By day Miss Bangkok or Kiki as she was known to clients, worked as bank teller in the cities financial quarter but by night worked the tables as a waitress at the Chokin’ Chicken all night diner in downtown Phuket.
There the clients knew the beautiful Kiki as Miss Trixie Delight who at night played a completely different game. No doubt, it could be argued, it was a game of two halves. Buy not one willingly shared by the vast majority of Sun readers.
The news has had a devastating impact on circulation of The Sun with many lifelong readers abandoning their favourite read.
Building sites and van deliveries were first to feel the effects of the cock up with Portaloos reporting the quietest week since the big freeze with toilet rolls lasting well into the afternoon.
Many roadside caterers also complained things had been quiet with some saying they had not seen a white van in their lay-by all day.
‘We’ve only had a few van drivers in today’ said one caterer ‘we’ve sold are a few wholegrain rocket and avocado prawn baguettes and there’s been a run on latte...but not a Bovril or single all day breakfast - all day.
There are sure to be repercussions at Newsgroup headquarters and it won’t just be one of Trixies heads that is about to roll.
When asked if had ever considered pulling the likes of Kiki on Page Three, newspaper editor Dominic Mohan said he didn’t even know what Miss Bangkok looked like and anyway ‘he was a happily married man with three children to consider and the incident in the phone booth on Clapham Common had all been a huge misunderstanding and had been sorted.’
The case continues today.
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Reclusive media mogul Rupert Murdoch was forced into taking direct action following an embarrassing mix up over one of its recent Page Three beauties yesterday and apologised in person to readers of The Sun newspaper.Posted 4 years ago #
Good stuff. I would edit it viciously, but what the fuck do I know. *sPosted 4 years ago #
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