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Correctives: Mass Naked Australian Outbreaks!!!

"We are shocked, horrified, appalled, spindled, folded and stapled!!!" replied Sister Palpitatia, spokesnun for the Corective Party when she heard about mass outbreaks of nudity related to the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

"Stop it!!! Stop it at once!!! If God had meant us to carry on like that, we would have been born that way!!!" said the traumatised SM nun

"We understand one Spencer Tunick, an art photographer, is responsible for these mass outbreaks of that which should not be revealed!!! The human body is a wonderful thing, but these are Australians, with all that implies!!!" concluded the sweaty, visibly excited leader of the nation's disciplinary devotees.

Contact: Sister Palpitatia
The Corrective Party:
Turning the Stomach
(06) 3583609


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