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Monday, 23 August 2004

Nipples Boost Viewing Figures

It seems that the BBC has adopted a "nanny like" stance, in respect of its Olympic swimming coverage.

Their top presenter, Sharon Davies, has been the subject of a few complaints from keen eyed viewers; who were disturbed to be distracted by her "prominent nipples".

The BBC, ever conscious of its duty to protect British morals, has ordered the camera crew to raise the camera focus above Ms Davies's nipple line.

This may cause something of a backlash, as unconfirmed reports suggest that viewing figures have been enhanced by the "nipple issue".

I leave you to judge for yourself, here is a picture of Ms Davies (former medal winning swimmer):

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