Politician Is Really Sorry for Liking a Facebook Photo of a Teenager's Balls

Politician Is Really Sorry for Liking a Facebook Photo of a Teenager's Balls

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New Mr. Collier. (Photo: watoday.au.com) There’s really not a whole lot going down down under, so this is what’s making news: An Australian politician has apologized for accidentally liking a Facebook photo of a 16-year-old prankster exposing himself. It was part of a prank called "sneaky nuts," a time-honored tradition where teenaged boys sneakily...
Politician Is Really Sorry for Liking a Facebook Photo of a Teenager's Balls
                               

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