The Girl Guides Association are complaining to the Press Complaints Commission over allegations that pictures of them launching a campaign against the practice of airbrushing were in fact airbrushed.
"The media are always air brushing pics of celebs to get rid of blemishes and make them look thinner," said Sally, a fat and spotty 9 year old. "I can't believe that The Sun has photoshopped all of the Girl Guides and replaced us with page 3 models with their breasts out."
Parents of the girls involved are furious because they each bought 50 copies of The Sun to give to friends and family under the belief that their daughters were in the paper. One parent said "I gave a copy to my father and all he said was 'Blimey, aren't kids today growing up quicker than in my day.'
Another raging parent pointed to the fact that the message on the banners in the pictures were changed from "Air brushing is wrong!" to "Boys, want to see my thong?"
The chairman of the PCC made a short statement on the complaint "Well looking at the original and the altered pictures. In think I prefer to look at the adult females than the Girl Guides, because 1) they're better looking, have their baps out and 2) if I said I preferred the Girl Guides pictures, I'd be called a Paedo by the press."