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Golfer Wins First LPGA Event, Honor Of Being Molested By Frenchmen [Duan!]

6 years agoSports : Deadspin

Congratulations to Evian Masters winner Ai Miyazato, whose reward is this unsettling photographic commentary on the French libido, golf's patriarchy, modern Orientalism and the staggering inability of women's golf to devise a trophy that doesn't seem vaguely cocklike. The photo comes to us via Wei Under Par. Miyazato had just secured her first LPGA win, which so excited these two Frenchmen, Franck on the left and Jacques on the right, that they decided to re-enact Jules et Jim all over poor Ai-chan's cheeks.
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