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Thursday, 2 December 2010

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Angelina Jolie says that she is extremely proud of her naked body.

CHICAGO - Wikileaks has just made it known that it has over three dozen never before seen nude photos of Angelina Jolie that it will be releasing shortly.

The photos were reportedly taken by Brad Pitt when he and Jolie were vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, over the Cinco de Mayo holidays in 2009.

One of the world's leading photo experts, Columbus Panatella, has verified that the photos are indeed of Angelina Jolie and they have not been retouched, altered, enhanced, or vajazzled at all.

Panatella did stress that one of the photos has a piñata sitting on Jolie's lap, which is made in the likeness of Arizona Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio.

Due to the fact that Arpaio is one of the most hated individuals in Mexico the piñata has been photoshopped to instead resemble Eva Longoria, who is so popular in Mexico that she could be elected Queen if she wanted.

Panatella pointed out that he has seen literally millions of photographs of famous and very famous women including Marilyn Monroe, Pamela Anderson, Beyonce, and Joy Behar, but he said that he has never seen any that looked as deliciously delicious as Angelina Jolie's do.

In other news. The rumor that Bill O'Reilly was seen French kissing French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has been proven to be totally untrue.

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