Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Britney Spears

Thursday, 31 May 2007

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Some guys in New Zealand were pissed off at the panties appearing suddenly

Wellington, New Zealand - (Ass Mess): A naked Britney billboard campaign promoting Sky Channel TV has been banned in New Zealand after a massive public outburst that the picture had been 'doctored' with a pair of hideous blue panties that degraded the singer's integrity as an artiste.

The original shots on a 100 ft by 80 ft poster showed Spears' hugely enlarged private parts flashing from under her skirt as she got out of a car outside a Beverly Hills night club.

"You didn't need a magnifying glass to check out her latest Brazilian!" a local source says who claimed that 'literally hundreds' of eager young men posed next to the giant billboard where it was first erected on the Billabong Highway.

The ad proved so popular that after a mere two days the local Highways Department said that over fifty thousand New Zealand males had driven specially to the billboard site to be photographed next to the innovative advertising feature.

"And then somebody went and doctored it!" said Officer Nutly of the Wellington Constabulary.

"A bunch of feminists we think. Replaced the original poster with one that had her ass covered up in these tacky blue panties.

"Sheez! Talk of a clamp-down.

"A lotta guys round here think that underwear move is really degrading and misleads the public when they sign up to the Sky Channel that Britney promotes."

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