The Christian financial company PrayPal has apologized to nudists everywhere. PrayPal had barred anyone selling photos of naked people from using its services.
"Naked images are ungodly," said its website. "All those Renaissance paintings of the naked Jesus are obscene. Those painters were perverts."
"But we were wrong," admitted PrayPal's CEO, Telly Vangelist. "God spoke to me lately when I was sloshed. We're fine now with nudity."
More than fine, it seems. "We like naked pictures so much," enthused Vangelist, "that we started posting snaps online of our employees naked. At least we said we did. We actually use photos of porn stars, to show we're such an honest, God-fearing company."
Small wonder that PrayPal has been in the news a lot, then. "Our office staff," Vangelist explained, "really goes for the exposure, ha ha! We now have casual dress Fridays, very casual dress Mondays, and undress all other days."
When asked whether nudity in PrayPal's offices caused any problem, Vangelist replied, "Not at all. In fact, for national security reasons, we're going to demand that every account holder submit a naked photo of him- or herself, especially herself."
Wouldn't that turn some people off? "What do we care?" asked Vangelist. "If we lose a few million customers, we still laugh all the way to the bank. That's the naked truth."