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Here's a Friday afternoon poser for you: what do you do if you're on a beach doing a swimwear shoot for Sports Illustrated and your bikini inexplicably falls off and you're left sprawling butt-naked on the golden sands with your ample charms exposed to the snapper's sweaty lens?

Well, leaving your athletic form as nature intended is not an option. After all, this is Sports Illustrated, not Hustler. For the correct answer, we need to examine the case of Marisa Miller, who recently found herself in such a situation during the mag's Swimsuit 2007 shoot (NSFW).

Nicely done. Ms Miller has effortlessly covered all bases while continuing to enjoy her favourite tracks. A word of warning, though, to any readers thinking of recreating this classy pose: fine Caribbean sand gets into the smallest crack and can play havoc with delicate mechanisms. This caveat also applies to the iPod. ®

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