Thursday, February 15, 2007

air force strips playboy poser of status

air force strips playboy poser of statusfrom yahoo/ap: An Air Force drill sergeant who posed nude for Playboy magazine has been removed from active duty, she and the Air Force said Wednesday. Michelle Manhart, who appeared in a six-page spread in Playboy's February issue, said she got word Friday that she was removed from "extended active duty" and was also told that she was demoted from staff sergeant to senior airman.

"I'm disappointed in our system," Manhart told The Associated Press on Wednesday. "They went too far with it." ...

or, as what really happened puts it: "Well then, if'n you are all sick of serving in a war built on lies and deceptions, the Air Force has just shown you the way out. Posing nude in a sex magazine just became the "get out of jail" card!"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What was Michelle Manhart thinking when she posed for those pictures? Of course the Air Force is not going to put up with that type of shenanagin.

Now she's being removed from active duty?

First of all the Michelle Manhart playboy pictures are not what I would call obscene, in fact they look very nice. But everyone knows how anal the U.S. armed forces are. It was not a smart move. Hopefully she received some decent money from the pictures.

Now of course it is too late to do anything about it. The pictures are all over the Internet. Major image and video dump sites like metacafe and dailymotion have, or did have, the pictures. It was reported that the large adult site (NSFW) has them too.

Now she's probably going to get a dishonorable discharge and thrown completely out of the service. Like I said before, I hope that money was worth it.

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