Written by Bureau

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

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Lucky Guy With Camera...We Bought His Pics!

To anyone else it would be the worst thing in the world to happen to a lady, but to someone like Lady Gaga it became a performance.

Word out (with several photos) in all the major tabloids early this morning is that the Lady was visiting someone in the New Kennedy Hospital in Massachusetts and apparently never bothered to put on a bra.

No one had really noticed her on the way in but many saw her leaving.

She later told the reporters outside that she was attempting to leave the building when some old coot in front of her panicked and tried to go back into the hospital while still in the revolving door.

"Can you believe she was wearing a hat?" asked Gaga. "Actually she left it behind and I put it on. I like it. If I can get the feeling back into my arms, I'll be fine."

After awhile Lady Gaga was rescued from where she was trapped, by security guards and a janitor. But for 20-25 minutes, everyone got a free shot at Lady Gaga's boobs pressed up against the clear door as her blouse had been ripped off over the old lady's turning to go back in and catching them both in the door.

"My blouse and her hat were formally introduced and then separated into the next slot. Then I waited with my boobs flattened while she screamed and passed out on the floor."

Lady Gaga left immediately after being freed but told the guys with the camera phones that they could take them to the tabloids and get some cash "which I'm sure they will magically appear by tomorrow morning."

(See pages 20 through 27).

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Lady Gaga




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