A 23-year-old college student who was told by a Southwest Airlines employee that her outfit was too revealing to fly is wearing even less on Playboy’s Web site.
Kyla Ebbert appears in a series of pictures — some in lingerie, some nude…
“They’re very tastefully done,” Ebbert told The Associated Press on Thursday. “I don’t see anything wrong with the female body.”…
Ebbert worked at a Hooters in San Diego but said wants to become an attorney, and doesn’t think posing nude should get in the way of her professional aspirations.
“This was beautiful and classy. I don’t see why it would affect a professional position,” she said.
She’s not saying what they paid her except that it’s “less than six figures,” which is what happens when you try to cash in on your 15 minutes at 14:59. The name of this very tasteful, very beautiful and classy photo spread? “Legs in the Air.”
Photo at the link of Richard Branson enjoying himself while dressed in what appears to be a cassock and crucifix. Stay tuned next week for a very special “Policing the ‘Net” segment in which O’Reilly and MK break from their all-Internet motif to explain why it’s a bad idea for people with professional aspirations to pose in spank magazines.
Update: Diligent research reveals that some of the photos are already posted on Playboy’s website.