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Tuesday, 07 July 2009 11:51

Kiwi flogs sexy pics of his mum online

Written by Nick Farell

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Entrepreneur down under

 

A Kiwi teenager has been trying to flog sexy photos of his mother in her underwear online to make a quick buck. The New Zealand Herald, who identified the kid as “Michael” said that the enterprising lad has listed photographs of his mum on an internet classified site twice.

The first time he auctioned five naked photos of my mum was to annoy her after the pair had a row. When the site TradeMe removed the listing the following day he relisted a second series of "glamour photos" with the 44 year-old's permission. This time there was more clothing and one underwear shot.

Michael said he he did it for the extra cash because the family was short of a bob or two. His mum was "pretty annoyed" by the first listing, calling her son a "cheeky little git", but liked the second lot because they were "quite artistic".

The snaps were taken by a family friend about eight years ago. She wanted 50 per cent of the sale but more than that, she missed the nice comments. The photos were viewed 11,000 times before they were pulled by the website's management, citing "inappropriateness".

"We don't really want to be the place where people list photos of their mums in their underwear," TradeMe spokesman Jon Macdonald said. Depends on the mum we guess.

Nick Farell

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