Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Paris Hilton Autopsied After Car Wreck
I never thought I would ever post something about Paris Hilton, but these pictures and article were too good to pass up. In related news today, Hilton's psychiatrist says that she is so distraught about going to jail, that she would be unable to testify in another trial.
Can a naked, spread-eagle Paris Hilton autopsy sculpture with removable innards really warn teens about the dangers of underage drinking and, possibly, chronic dumbness? The folks at behind the Campaign to Rescue Women of Youth think so!
A public service announcement featuring a tiara-wearing and provocatively posed yet dead Paris Hilton (guess rigor set in while she was still spread and arching her back?) has been created to warn teenagers about the hazards of underage drinking. The display which also features a very creepy looking Tinkerbell, who is wearing a matching tiara and climbing over Hiltons breast will be unveiled in the trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn, neighborhood, where prom-goers often eat, a press release from creators Capla Kesting Fine Art says.
The sculpture was created to counter the disturbingly glamourized trend of Hollywoods girls gone wild, gallery director David Kesting says in a statement.
Paris' internals, which include her small intestines, and other elements, are removable to assist teens with an empathetic view of drunk driving tragedy from the coroner's perspective, he explains.
Infamous party girl Hilton was arrested for a DUI last year.
And as if all that wasnt creepy enough, students are being encouraged to take a virtual tour of the installation at http://www.parishiltonautopsy.com, view the making of the Paris Hilton Autopsy and compete for prizes by writing an obituary for the socialite.
The Paris Hilton Autopsy will be on display starting May 11 at Capla Kesting Fine Art in Brooklyn
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