Newspaper asks for cleavage selfies, Internet responds the best way it can

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Newspaper asks for cleavage selfies, Internet responds the best way it can

When British tabloid The Sun asked social media to send in cleavage photos, they meant women’s breasts. The internet, however, had a different cleavage in mind.

The newspaper put out a tweet on Wednesday promoting their ‘Bust in Britain’ competition, where contestants send their best cleavage selfies for a chance to win £1000 (about $1440).

They got a little more than they bargained for when pictures of men’s butt cracks and hairy chests started pouring in.

Also in the mix were images of chicken breasts, a cat and an orangutan. Suffice to say, the competition was a total… bust.

Got some front? Share your breast cleavage snaps for chance to win £1k https://t.c…

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