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Earlier this year, a British tabloid called 'The Sun' dropped its infamous Page 3. This news immediately made headlines and everyone was talking/joking about it. A couple of days later, Page 3 returned and everyone realised that they'd been played; it was a great advertising ploy. The media forgot that it was The Sun's sister paper The Times that made the original, brilliantly sneaky, announcement! (Murdoch/News International)

I predict the same will happen in this Playboy's case...

http://www.theweek.co.uk/media/62168/page-3-topless-models-m...




Although it turns out that the "return" of Page 3 was itself the advertising ploy, inasmuch it was only a one-off. Since then, The Sun has apparently not carried pictures of topless models on page 3: http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2015/mar/06/the-...




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