September 27, 2011

"God" (or a farmer?) offended by covered breasts ....

Northern Ireland:

But the sight became too much for Mr Graham's Christian beliefs and he politely asked the filming to stop."

SO, a good-looking pop singer, is, by beach standards, even in N. Ireland, dressed, but it's too much for a christian.
One wonders about "god".
Given that he's supposed to have created men and women, do we think he'd be offended as well?

I think my brain hurts.

Rihanna ordered to cover up by Christian farmer
Daily Telegraph, Tuesday 27th September 2011

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