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(NYPost)   For violating India's photo laws, Miss Universe faces 2 years in women's prison, wearing one of those sweaty denim prison work shirts torn into a halter top, then hitting the showers after a catfight in the cafeteria and what's the story about again?   (nypost.com) divider line 145
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2013-10-11 12:01:44 AM  
Catfight? This is India, it'll be a big dance number.

Oh and:

If found guilty, they can be jailed for up to two years and fined $1,600, Guar said.

"If".

Culpo left India on Sunday night.

Like they're really going to extradite her for something so trivial.
 
2013-10-11 01:16:35 AM  
I wonder if they're going through the motions just to make a spectacle of it, so nobody else tries.
 
2013-10-11 02:28:49 AM  
She made it out of India without being gang-raped so this shouldn't be a problem.
 
2013-10-11 02:29:13 AM  
So it's like Brokedown Palace, except shoes and a digital camera instead of heroin, and no female sidekick. And not in Thailand.
 
2013-10-11 02:35:12 AM  
I'm jealous of Indians for this:

pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.
 
2013-10-11 02:41:53 AM  
India needs a government shutdown.

Two years in jail and a 1600 dollar fine.  I know from first hand experience that fines from the court system rarely make sense, but this blatant overkill on a woman performing her profession is a desperate sign that your government is sheet.
 
2013-10-11 02:43:05 AM  

Gig103: I wonder if they're going through the motions just to make a spectacle of it, so nobody else tries.


It's India - a bit of theater, a quiet exchange of cash, and everyone moves on. Probably the only reason it is in the news is because someone on the crew probably skipped a person when handing out bribes paying fees
 
2013-10-11 02:48:45 AM  

Mitch Mitchell: India needs a government shutdown.

Two years in jail and a 1600 dollar fine.  I know from first hand experience that fines from the court system rarely make sense, but this blatant overkill on a woman performing her profession is a desperate sign that your government is sheet.


Anyone who decries America or any European country as a beauracratic hell hole has NEVER looked into how bad India is.
 
2013-10-11 02:50:38 AM  
i got distracted
celebslam.celebuzz.com

celebslam.celebuzz.com
 
2013-10-11 02:53:44 AM  
Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?
 
2013-10-11 02:56:01 AM  

thoughtpol: i got distracted
[celebslam.celebuzz.com image 480x720]

[celebslam.celebuzz.com image 480x900]


And now we're all distracted.
 
2013-10-11 03:02:06 AM  

blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.


Just order the pieces and assemble it yourself.  Big Mac minus meat and pickles.  2x Premium Grilled Chicken Sandwich minus mayo.  Put the chicken and tomatoes on the Big Mac and you're good to go.  The sauce and spices would be wrong but it's as close as you'll get in 'murricah.
 
2013-10-11 03:02:35 AM  
Why even go there in the first farking place?
/Like two gay guy banging on the 50 yard line at the Cowboys stadium
 
2013-10-11 03:05:41 AM  

ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?


Ya beat me to it.

There's no way she set it up all by herself. The guilty party is her manager and/or the sponsor.
 
2013-10-11 03:06:03 AM  

ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?


I would expect that one of her handlers would have know it was illegal, and even if they did not ignorance of the law is not an excuse for breaking the law.

/ throw her in jail for 2 years as a lesson to all the shiat for brains girls that think they can get away with anything if they fark anything that moves
 
2013-10-11 03:06:07 AM  

blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.


You can get most of those ingredients easily enough, just add your own special sauce.
 
2013-10-11 03:07:51 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: Why even go there in the first farking place?
/Like two gay guy banging on the 50 yard line at the Cowboys stadium


Are the guys hung ?
And I thougt that most football players did that kind of thing in the locker room not the 50 yard line
 
2013-10-11 03:12:05 AM  
FTA : Culpo posed for photographs wearing one sandal, holding another in her hand and keeping another pair on the bench she was sitting on

That's a gateway to German scat-films if I've ever heard of one.

/ Feather > Dot
 
2013-10-11 03:28:08 AM  
Isn't it the guy holding the camera who broke the law?  She was just standing there.
 
2013-10-11 03:28:53 AM  
It will take 20+ years for the case to go through the courts anyway.
Essentially, she can never go back to India.
 
2013-10-11 03:31:39 AM  

blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.


Never, ever, ever eat at a McDonalds in India.   Very bad food!  It was the only time I got sick in 2 weeks there.  In fact, don't eat any meat there if you go.  You quickly find out that a meat free diet is just as much for survival there as religious.
 
2013-10-11 03:32:49 AM  
Shoot her.  She is evil.
 
2013-10-11 03:34:47 AM  
Just a basic extortion via courts going on. They aren't stupid, they know that the model wouldn't be the one to set up a photo shoot, not would she sign off on the permits. Likewise, they aren't going to toss models in jail at the drop of a hat, lest they never see any business.

So what's up? Well the proper bribes weren't paid by her people so this happens. The idea is her lawyers will contact them and say "What do we have to do to make this go away?" some money will change hands and that'll be it. However that only happens if you go after the star. If they charged the manager or photographer or whoever was actually responsible for getting permits and the like, it would never make the news, nothing would happen, and they'd get no money.

Corruption is BAD in India. The majority of people have to pay bribes to get anything done in a public office. Truckers have to pay bribes on a continual basis to move goods and it ads up to a major drain on productivity and the economy. This is just more of that.

My bet? They had the proper permit (the money is piddlyshiat compared to the rest of the costs) but not all the correct people had been bribed. So now this.
 
2013-10-11 03:36:20 AM  

Joce678: ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?

Ya beat me to it.

There's no way she set it up all by herself. The guilty party is her manager and/or the sponsor.


...who failed to grease the requisite palms in Delhi and Mumbai.
 
2013-10-11 03:40:25 AM  

SBWorks: Gig103: I wonder if they're going through the motions just to make a spectacle of it, so nobody else tries.

It's India - a bit of theater, a quiet exchange of cash, and everyone moves on. Probably the only reason it is in the news is because someone on the crew probably skipped a person when handing out bribes paying fees


Or it could be that the production crew completely disregarded what the Taj Mahal actually is... a Muslim tomb. That might maybe have ruffled a few feathers. Possibly.

Now had the girl been an Indian Muslim, she'd be dead (if she'd been brave or stupid enough to do the shoot in the first place--my money is on not only no, but hell fark no). So sending a cleric or bureaucrat a few thousand rupees and staying the hell out of India might not be the worst idea anyone ever had...
 
2013-10-11 03:44:20 AM  
Chained Vindaloo
 
2013-10-11 04:08:53 AM  
Commercial activity is banned on the site?  How un-corporatist.
 
2013-10-11 04:09:47 AM  

sycraft: Just a basic extortion via courts going on. They aren't stupid, they know that the model wouldn't be the one to set up a photo shoot, not would she sign off on the permits. Likewise, they aren't going to toss models in jail at the drop of a hat, lest they never see any business.

So what's up? Well the proper bribes weren't paid by her people so this happens. The idea is her lawyers will contact them and say "What do we have to do to make this go away?" some money will change hands and that'll be it. However that only happens if you go after the star. If they charged the manager or photographer or whoever was actually responsible for getting permits and the like, it would never make the news, nothing would happen, and they'd get no money.

Corruption is BAD in India. The majority of people have to pay bribes to get anything done in a public office. Truckers have to pay bribes on a continual basis to move goods and it ads up to a major drain on productivity and the economy. This is just more of that.

My bet? They had the proper permit (the money is piddlyshiat compared to the rest of the costs) but not all the correct people had been bribed. So now this.


so they will fight the charges right?
because paying bribes is immoral, right?
they will get her out of the country
she will spend the rest of her life fighting the evil which is bribery

whoops
or her asshole lawyers will pay the "fines" - aka bribes

/god I hate this shiat. Of course, this is the best way to keep india stuck in the dark ages.
 
2013-10-11 04:15:23 AM  

thoughtpol: i got distracted
[celebslam.celebuzz.com image 480x720]

[celebslam.celebuzz.com image 480x900]


What moron lit that set?
 
2013-10-11 04:19:25 AM  

cardex: ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?

I would expect that one of her handlers would have know it was illegal, and even if they did not ignorance of the law is not an excuse for breaking the law.

/ throw her in jail for 2 years as a lesson to all the shiat for brains girls that think they can get away with anything if they fark anything that moves


Ignorance isn't an excuse? It might not get her out of the fine, but it is a good excuse in this case. It's not like this is murder or selling crack where you obviously know it's wrong. Tourists take pictures at the Taj Mahal all the time, as do professional photographers. GIS Taj Mahal and plenty of images come up. You can buy posters of it. Why would some beauty queen turned model reasonably suspect you can't shoot commercials there, ever, and assume that the team that set it up and hired her didn't have permits? I don't see any reason why she needs to be punished or that she thinks she's 'getting away' with something.
 
2013-10-11 04:36:41 AM  
This is just part of India's elaborate plan to make sure Donald Trump never goes there.
 
2013-10-11 04:45:10 AM  

HaywoodJablonski: Chained Vindaloo




lh3.googleusercontent.com
 
2013-10-11 04:58:28 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: HaywoodJablonski: Chained Vindaloo

[lh3.googleusercontent.com image 850x539]


Heh, yeah, I cannot see the word 'vindaloo' without thinking of that show.
 
2013-10-11 05:05:03 AM  
I've got a place they can lock her up...
images.thehollywoodgossip.com
 
2013-10-11 05:07:42 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: Why even go there in the first farking place?
/Like two gay guy banging on the 50 yard line at the Cowboys stadium


Go where, India? I don't think she had much say in the matter. Her parents farked there and 9 months later, she plopped out.
 
2013-10-11 05:19:27 AM  

LonMead: I've got a place they can lock her up...
[images.thehollywoodgossip.com image 585x679]


She looks like Melissa Thereau there..
 
Skr
2013-10-11 05:32:56 AM  
Was thinking the photo shoot was going to be something a little less benign than a commercial at Taj Mahal .
www.horsenation.com
 
2013-10-11 05:42:48 AM  

Mitch Mitchell: India needs a government shutdown.

Two years in jail and a 1600 dollar fine.  I know from first hand experience that fines from the court system rarely make sense, but this blatant overkill on a woman performing her profession is a desperate sign that your government is sheet.


She hasn't recieved a 2 year jail sentence, or a 1600 dollar fine.

Since I have 5 minutes to kill before I need to be at McDonalds, let me explain this to you:

There is a difference between the maximum sentence for a given crime, and the sentence measured out in particular cases. Should she go to court, the court is unlikely to find that her promoting a pair of sandals is the worst you could do to a world heritage site like the Taj Mahal.

Now if you read all that in one go, you deserve some McDonalds just like me big boy.
 
2013-10-11 05:48:11 AM  

fusillade762: Like they're really going to extradite her for something so trivial.


So you didn't click through to see her picture.....
 
2013-10-11 05:53:22 AM  

ambercat: cardex: ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?

I would expect that one of her handlers would have know it was illegal, and even if they did not ignorance of the law is not an excuse for breaking the law.

/ throw her in jail for 2 years as a lesson to all the shiat for brains girls that think they can get away with anything if they fark anything that moves

Ignorance isn't an excuse? It might not get her out of the fine, but it is a good excuse in this case. It's not like this is murder or selling crack where you obviously know it's wrong. Tourists take pictures at the Taj Mahal all the time, as do professional photographers. GIS Taj Mahal and plenty of images come up. You can buy posters of it. Why would some beauty queen turned model reasonably suspect you can't shoot commercials there, ever, and assume that the team that set it up and hired her didn't have permits? I don't see any reason why she needs to be punished or that she thinks she's 'getting away' with something.


Ok let's look at it this way. She signed up for the White House tour when in the middle of it she sits at a desk holds up a Gucci bag and had a professional photographer who was with her pretending to be another person on the tour whip out his camera and take some quick pictures before the secrete services shoots her, then as soon as the photo is taken she hopped on a jet and went to France.

Do you think for one second that she would thought that everything had been approved or would she had known that she was breaking the law ?
 
2013-10-11 05:58:50 AM  

blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.


It's disgusting. The "chicken" is ground, with a soft, gooey texture. This is the opposite of 'tasty'. On the other hand, the McD chicken burritos they sell there ain't bad.
 
2013-10-11 06:05:12 AM  

cardex: Ok let's look at it this way. She signed up for the White House tour when in the middle of it she sits at a desk holds up a Gucci bag and had a professional photographer who was with her pretending to be another person on the tour whip out his camera and take some quick pictures before the secrete services shoots her, then as soon as the photo is taken she hopped on a jet and went to France.

Do you think for one second that she would thought that everything had been approved or would she had known that she was breaking the law ?


Well, except that they did the photo shoot on Sunday, and the police weren't even notified until Thursday.

The 5 day gap makes me suspicious that bribery or blackmail was somehow involved.
 
2013-10-11 06:07:02 AM  
Good thing she didn't bring her cow.
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-10-11 06:11:33 AM  

FatherDale: blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.

It's disgusting. The "chicken" is ground, with a soft, gooey texture. This is the opposite of 'tasty'. On the other hand, the McD chicken burritos they sell there ain't bad.


Sounds untouchable.
 
2013-10-11 06:15:30 AM  

powhound: blacksharpiemarker: I'm jealous of Indians for this:

[pecademissaoevatrabalhar.files.wordpress.com image 300x335]

I'd love to try this sandwich. I've been tempted to see if I can find a McDonalds that would put this together for me, substituting the beef patties in a typical Big Mac.

You can get most of those ingredients easily enough, just add your own special sauce.


Ok, but after I spray my "special sauce" on it, who should I trick into eating it? Cuz I'm not eating it then.
 
2013-10-11 06:32:41 AM  

autopsybeverage: Ok, but after I spray my "special sauce" on it, who should I trick into eating it? Cuz I'm not eating it then.


just place it in a dumpster. someone will get round to it. after all, the economy.
 
2013-10-11 06:46:04 AM  

cardex: drjekel_mrhyde: Why even go there in the first farking place?
/Like two gay guy banging on the 50 yard line at the Cowboys stadium

Are the guys hung ?
And I thougt that most football players did that kind of thing in the locker room not the 50 yard line


Towel snapping is the gateway drug to bum patting, and before you know it, there's completed interceptions.
 
2013-10-11 06:48:54 AM  

Deep Contact: Good thing she didn't bring her cow.
[4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x429]


You're not allowed to have a book?  Or is a single book allowed but a stack of three not?

fusillade762:
Like they're really going to extradite her for something so trivial.

Just to be safe, she better lie low for a while.  I have room in my bed, they'll never find her there!
 
2013-10-11 06:51:24 AM  
read headline as Ms Universe feces. couldn't go much further after that.

/if you throw it, they will come.
 
2013-10-11 06:59:10 AM  

cardex: ambercat: Do they really expect that a model knows anything about photography laws around historic sites or that she had anything to do with setting up the shoot?

I would expect that one of her handlers would have know it was illegal, and even if they did not ignorance of the law is not an excuse for breaking the law.

/ throw her in jail for 2 years as a lesson to all the shiat for brains girls that think they can get away with anything if they fark anything that moves


I am not in favor of your anti-slut agenda.  Do not send me any pamphlets or newsletters, please.
 
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