Northern ireland nudes
But Cara Park (32) — one of 25 women speakers marking International Women’s Day at Parliament Buildings — said she couldn’t understand how a nipple could be seen as offensive.
The Londonderry feminist’s breasts were clearly visible in side profile during the Alternative Ms Ulster event in the Great Hall.
TUV leader Jim Allister called for the Assembly Commission “to hold to account those who sponsored an event which permitted such unseemly behaviour”.
“I do not think Stormont should be the stage for such indecent exhibitionism,” he said.
When she first arrived at Harrow School to take up her teaching role in the art department, Joanne Salley – a former Miss Northern Ireland – found herself the object of innocent schoolboy infatuations.
As she clacks into the Knightsbridge café she’s suggested we meet in for coffee (she’s staying at a friend’s flat nearby) she is wrapped in a cream cashmere sweater and wheeling a suitcase behind her – in a few hours’ time she will fly to her friend Lisa B’s ‘wild’ themed 40th birthday party in Ibiza.
Shortly afterwards, the rest of Britain would be able to view the pictures of the pretty schoolmistress; Joanne posing provocatively in a pair of tight jeans with one breast exposed as she stares moodily into the camera; Joanne arching her back in a chair; Joanne leaning against a bookcase crammed with history of art books, her long tousled hair hanging down to the small of her tanned back.
Joanne believed the images would never be made public, but two months later those photos – which had been ‘stolen’ from a memory stick apparently left in the school’s photography room – began to circulate via email and text message.At that moment, she received a phone call from a colleague in the school medical centre. ‘There are nude photographs of you circulating the school,’ the woman said.Joanne laughed, and told her not to be silly – that the boys must have Photoshopped her face on to someone else’s body.The ham in question is actually made in Kerry's plant in Shillelagh, Co Wicklow.The ad provoked 371 complaints in Britain, many of which said the nudity was offensive and inappropriate for younger viewers.
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