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It appears that online casino Golden Palace has successfully rented the legally-displayable portion of the Scotswoman's breasts offered as advertising space on eBay.

If so, the gambling outfit has - for a modest £422 - added another pair of assets to its unusual eBay purchase portfolio - the company recently paid $28,000 (£15,000) for an amusing simulacrum of the Virgin Mary in a toasted cheese sandwich.

Scottish cleavage: rented for £422

We now await with relish the deployment of Golden Palace's logo on Angel's 42GG mams. She will display said image for 15 days, during which "I can have photos taken of me, with your logo, in front of any of the popular landmarks in Glasgow, or our nation's capital." ®

Bootnote

Ta very much to reader Ken Okumura who wrote to note:

Re: the eBay cleavage. Don't know if you noticed that the winning bidder only changed his ebay ID to golden_palace_casino in December...

http://contact.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ReturnUserIdHistory&requested=golden_palace_casino

seems to have been buying Warhammer stuff prior to that - maybe it's a con?

Maybe so. We contacted the nice chap who handles Angel's breasts and he told us he didn't know the identity of the buyer. More news as we have it...

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