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In TV commercials for her sponsor, Canon, Maria Sharapova encourages viewers to "make every shot a power shot. The head of a Japanese ad agency secretly took crotch shots of the tennis icon as she posed for a Canon ad in , according to a new federal lawsuit. The gist? Toyo Shigeta, CEO of Dentsu Holdings, snapped the Maria Sharapova upskirt pictures to satisfy an obsession with women's private parts, according to the suit filed by Dentsu's former creative director, Steve Biegel. Well, you know, to paraphrase one of the classic Seinfeld quotes , a woman's body is like a work of art, while a man's is like a Jeep - serving utility purposes only.
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Man sued for ‘taking pictures of Sharapova’s crotch’
Photo of Maria Sharapova's Crotch Becomes Subject of Lawsuit (NSFW) - The Tailgate - Extremeskins
From the Daily News, via Ben Maller :. The head of a leading Japanese ad agency secretly snapped crotch shots of tennis star Maria Sharapova as she posed for a popular Canon camera ad in — then passed the photo around to colleagues, a federal lawsuit claims. This creep is apparently notorious for his womanizing ways. Co-workers say the dude went to brothels on business trips and bathhouses as well Turkish ones? That is, until it gets you sued. Double-O-Seven would not be pleased.
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Maria Sharapova Crotch Shot Results in Federal Lawsuit
By stwasm , November 9, in The Tailgate. A top advertising executive who allegedly enjoyed photographing the crotches of unsuspecting females, snapped a close-up shot of Maria Sharapova's nether region as the tennis star posed for a Canon camera ad, according to a new lawsuit. In the complaint, filed yesterday in U. District Court in New York, Steve Biegel charges that he was fired by Dentsu Holdings, the giant Japanese advertising agency, after complaining about the photographic hobby of Toyo Shigeta, the firm's CEO, who allegedly distributed the Sharapova photo to subordinates.
If you've been hungering for a totally insane office lawsuit ever since the Knicks lawsuit case ended, prepare to be sated: A former senior VP-group creative director of ad agency Dentsu is suing his former employer for a hostile work environment that included demands he go to a brothel and a "crotch shot" photographs of women including tennis star Maria Sharapova. Steve Biegel filed a lawsuit in Manhattan's U. District Court claiming that he and other Dentsu employees were subject to awkward and embarrassing sexual situations by CEO Toyo Shigeta.