Maria sharapova crotch
From the Daily News, via Ben Maller :. The head of a leading Japanese ad agency secretly snapped crotch shots of tennis star Maria Sharapova as she posed for a popular Canon camera ad in — then passed the photo around to colleagues, a federal lawsuit claims. This creep is apparently notorious for his womanizing ways.
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Or for this one? Doing so would get in the way of their strongly-held opinions. Thanks for the pic Des Personally, if you sit like that with a short tennis skirt on everyone is seeing your goods anyway, I don't see her anger in a photo being snapped of it.
Posted November 9, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options Stophovr6 Posted November 9, A thread that def. Right click. Included as an exhibit to Biegel's lawsuit, which alleges a variety of other lewd behavior on the part of Shigeta and other Dentsu executives, is the purported photo of Sharapova, which can be seen below.
As we all know, people on the Tailgate don't actually read the articles. Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this. She's built too much like a line backer for my taste. Recommended Posts.
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Through a Dentsu spokesperson, Shigeta denied taking the Sharapova photo. Metalhead Posted November 9, What about this one? DjTj Posted November 9, Siven Posted November 9, She is just precious. Is this dude gettin' sued? Save Image As. Thank you!
Biegel contends that while Sharapova was unaware that she was being photographed by Shigeta, he and the athelete's makeup woman realized what was going on. In the complaint, filed yesterday in U. District Court in New York, Steve Biegel charges that he was fired by Dentsu Holdings, the giant Japanese advertising agency, after complaining about the photographic hobby of Toyo Shigeta, the firm's CEO, who allegedly distributed the Sharapova photo to subordinates.
Destino Posted November 9, She's okay.
By stwasmNovember 9, in The Tailgate. It would be like you taking off you top and showing your boobies to the public but getting mad if someone took a picture of it. Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.
She's not suing anyone, and the photographer isn't being sued for taking the picture. Nice picture, but the thread title is completely wrong. It should be: "Photographer sues company after being fired for whistle-blowing on CEO's perverted hobby.
According to Biegel, a Dentsu creative director who oversaw the Canon ad campaign, Shigeta used a telephoto lens to take the "crotch shot. Totally stupid.
Ellis Posted November 9, She's not exactly using the chair s correctly anyway. The ad firm branded Biegel's allegations "outrageous" and said it would file a counterclaim for libel and fraud.
Exhibit b: maria sharapova's crotch
Yeah, I like my girls to look like Lavar Arrington too, only with bigger arms. I feel kind of dumb saying this with the picture right there being all distractingbut read the article. I personally think that it's horrible when someone takes a picture of an unsuspecting celebrity's hindparts.
The image, Biegel contends, was surreptitiously snapped by Shigeta in April during a break in the filming of a Canon commerical at a tennis center in Key Biscayne, Florida.
She's not suing anyone. Give me Serena Williams anyday! Ancalagon the Black Posted November 9, Spaceman Spiff Posted November 9, Thats some talent.
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A top advertising executive who allegedly enjoyed photographing the crotches of unsuspecting females, snapped a close-up shot of Maria Sharapova's nether region as the tennis star posed for a Canon camera ad, according to a new lawsuit.
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