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Mark Zuckerberg: Shirtless Pic Leaked on Facebook!

A photo of a topless Mark Zuckerberg was leaked to the Internet today, fueling rumors that his privacy functions may have just failed epically, That, or someone's gonna be getting unfriended by the CEO real fast. The shirtless pic was only up briefly before being deleted, but a screen grab of it - with commentary - is making the online rounds. Pretty funny. Here's Mark in the undated photo with some friends (presumably): The photo of Zuckerberg topless first surfaced on image-sharing site Imgur.
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