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Thu 12 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe

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Facebook disapproves of Kylie 'Bear'ing all

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A harmless photo of the worlds favourite pint sized pop princess has caused a stir amongst the work of Facebook after it was removed in case it offended someone.

Following the Aussie’s surprise concert at the infamous G-A-Y Heaven venue, owner Jeremy Joseph, handed over an array of gifts to the All The Lovers singer, with one being an oversized novelty bear.

One of the many cameras caught a picture of the singer holding the bear but one photo caught the eye of most people which caught the singer accidentely holding the microphone in a promiscuous position.

A fan later posted the picture on their page but it was later removed along with a email reasoning the decision, it read: "We do not allow photos that contain nudity, drug use or violence."

According to The Sun, one blogger reportedly wrote about the decision made by the networking site: "It's Kylie and a teddy. How could that offend anyone?"


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