Blog: Playboy magazine courts Wal-Mart staff

Catherine Sleep | 17 September 2003

Adult (read filthy) magazine Playboy has invited staff members at US supermarket Wal-Mart to get their kit off for its readers. The suggestion comes after the magazine published features on “Women of Enron” and “Women of Starbucks”.

"Wal-Mart employees have a reputation for being cheerful and now Playboy.com is giving them a chance to smile for the camera. Playboy.com wants Wal-Mart's sexiest assets to roll back their clothes and pose nude," said a spokesman.

Not in a month of Sundays.

Tempting offer


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