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Topless Girl Sunbathing in Milan

While out in Milan’s Sempione park today, I espied a topless girl sunbathing and photographed her seeing as I had my camera with me and on it was a 300mm lens.

I could not resist playing paparazzi for a moment, so here is the photograph of said topless girl.

As you will no doubt note, the young lady in question was wearing a rather fetching pair of stars and stripes running shoes.

Maybe it was an American girl in Milan?

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Here is the photograph:

Topless Girl Sunbathing in Milan
Topless Girl Sunbathing in Milan

You can’t get much more topless than that, now can you? 😉

Yes, it is possible to tan yourself in September in Italy.

By the way, the topless shots of Kate Middleton will most likely appear in the Berlusconi family magazine Chi in Italy shortly.  The Royal household will not be at all amused.

Is Silvio Berlusconi getting his own back for the time Queen Elizabeth scolded him for acting like a buffoon?  One wonders.

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