Friday, September 27, 2013

Will Megan Young Be Disqualified for Topless Photos?

Photo Credits: Mark Nicdao

Megan Young is in danger of losing the Miss World crown  that she has been predicted to win after her risqué photos from Rogue Magazine flooded the internet

Megan is at the center of the controversy being the hot favorite to win the 2013 edition of Miss World

Cries of sabotage have been heard because said photos came out barely a day before the coronation of the next Miss World to be held at the  Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia.

It can only mean that someone is envious of Megan's good showing in Miss World 
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According to the U.K. edition of International Business Times, a New York-based online publication, Megan Young might be ineligible for the Miss World 2013 crown because of her ‘topless photos’.International Business Times:
“The most recent contestant to join the controversies is Miss Philippines, Megan Young. Having made to the top ten of two contests – Beach fashion and Top Model – at the Miss World 2013 pageant, Young is one of the top contenders predicted to win the coveted Miss World crown during the finale. 
“However, topless photos of Megan Young, an early favourite among pageant’s fans, that appeared in the March 2012 issue of Rogue Magazine have surfaced and drawn ire from the fans 
“'Rules are rules when it comes to the Miss World beauty contest it seems that contestants’ taking their clothes off is a clear breach of the laws,' a user wrote to IBTimes UK on condition of anonymity 
“'A beauty queen is somebody that is a good role model inside and out and obviously is a beautiful person. It's not just about exterior beauty; a beauty queen has to have outstanding morals, elegance, femininity and class. And that's what everybody thinks it is. Beauty queens should be seen as role models not sex object.'

"The user asks: 'Will an Indonesian group of religious and feminist launch a protest on Megan Young's naked pictures? How will Miss World Organization and Indonesian government handle this issue?'

“Notwithstanding any of these controversies, the Miss World Organisation is readying to host all the 130 contestants on the Miss World 2013 finale. Miss Philippines remains listed on the pageant’s official website.”
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