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Another day, another Miley Cyrus controversy; from her nip slips to her outrageous outfit that leaves nothing to the imagination; Miley Cyrus is a hot commodity that people just can't get enough. The "Wrecking Ball" singer never fails to get an attention and just like her outfits she is clearly making a statement. This is her time and this is her show, Miley Cyrus is a pro. That is when it comes to her barely there provocative outfits. Here http://www.chicemma.com is the list of Miley's outrageous outfits from her latest video to her VMA performance that started it all. "23" Music Video "23" Video Her latest music video for her hit single "23" features Miley sporting a Chicago Bulls inspired outfit.
Asda and Tesco withdraw Halloween patient outfits
An Asda spokeswoman confirmed 25,000 would be donated to Mind. Meanwhile, online auction site eBay confirmed it had taken "immediate action" to remove items advertising similar costumes and apologised for any offence caused. A spokesman said: "The listings are being assessed and removed and no future listings of this nature will be allowed." Tesco had offered a "psycho ward" costume online Former Downing Street director of communications Alastair Campbell, who has written about his experiences with mental health issues, branded their sale by established companies as "unacceptable" Speaking to BBC London, he said: "We are trying to change attitudes towards mental illness so people do not stigmatise it and something like this comes along and it just reminds you we are basically still in the Dark Ages. Alastair Campbell: "Something like this comes along and it just reminds you we are basically still in the Dark Ages" "We are still in the Dark Ages if some of the biggest companies in this country, Tesco, Asda and Amazon think that it's acceptable to sell something like this." Elsewhere, Katie Dalton, of Welsh mental health charity Gofal, wrote on Twitter: "Dear @asda, how on earth did you come to the conclusion that this is an appropriate fancy dress costume? Disgraceful." Former footballer Stan Collymore, who has had a well-documented battle with depression, also criticised Asda for using a "stereotype".
Zoo bans visitors' animal print outfits that 'scare and confuse the animals'
Dartmoor ponies culled and their hides made into drums used in Druid style retreats Since the launch of the 22-acre Serengeti-style trail, Chessington's zookeepers have noticed the wildlife 'becoming puzzled' when spotting visitors that look like them. ZUFARI spokeswoman Natalie Dilloway said: 'ZUFARI lets visitors get so close to wild species that if someone wears the same pattern to the animal's coat they can become over friendly. 'If they wear the pattern of its predator, it has the opposite effect and the animals become afraid and run away.' Animal print-wearing visitors will be handed grey boiler suits and ordered to wear them everywhere in the park so as not to antagonise or excite other animals including lions and tigers. Spots and stripes: Chessington World of Adventures Resort today introduced the zero-tolerance policy on animal print and brought in bouncers to enforce it The resort has hired Animal Print Bouncers to identify anyone wearing leggings, coats, tops, hats or dresses which flout the regulations. Banned prints at Chessington World of Adventures Resort include zebra, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, tiger and even hyena and African wild dog. Ms Dilloway added: 'Since the launch of ZUFARI, guests have interacted with the animals more closely than ever before. 'We have noticed a lot of animals becoming baffled by animal-print-wearing guests.