VIDEO: Woman sues 'Playboy' for golf stunt gone very wrong
A model let someone stick a tee in her butt, it went badly, and now she's suing for $500,000. Wow.
Video is potentially NSFW.
I don't even know where to begin with this story, or this video.
A woman (excuse me, a model) named Liz Dickson is suing Playboy because of a stunt at a golf course that went pretty badly.
"Liz Dickson claims in her lawsuit she was at an L.A. area golf course back in March, 2012 for a Playboy tournament, when she was instructed to lie on her stomach and pose for a photo with comedian and radio host Kevin Klein.
Dickson says a golf tee was placed between her butt cheeks and a golf ball was balanced on the top of the tee. Klein then took a whack, but his swing sucked and he whacked her in the ass.
Dickson claims she suffered severe injuries, some of which are permanent. We're assuming the tee was removed."
I'm not a lawyer but it seems like she should have known the risks of sticking a tee on her backside and letting a non-professional golfer swing at it. Although she certainly doesn't seem "permanently injured" in the video above.
I mean, what in the world?
Dickson is apparently suing for $500,000 in damages.
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