Rule 5: Mexican Presidential Debate Edition – Do Mexican TV Producers Know About Stacy McCain?

It is apparent that they do read The Other McCain and they know about Rule 5: The Christina Hendricks Rule, because they used a former Playboy playmate as an “assistant”.

That is the lovely Julia Orayen who posed for the Mexican edition of Playboy in 2008. This is a Life of Julia that I actually enjoy watching.

From the UK Sun:

Julia Orayen worked as an assistant on the programme and walked in front of the camera to hand out cards to the four candidates.

Her appearance lasted mere seconds but her plunging neckline caused a storm on Twitter and she was quickly trending, generating millions of mentions on the microblog.

A newspaper declared her the online winner of the debate in Mexico.

But the incident drew a mass of complaints for the Federal Electoral Institue, saying it had undermined the seriousness of the debate.

The IFE later issued a statement apologizing to the citizens of Mexico and the candidates for the “production error associated with the dress of an assistant”.

A Twitter account in Orayen’s name has picked up more than 7,000 followers since the two-hour debate.

Orayen posed nude for the Mexican edition of Playboy in 2008, a spokesman for the magazine said.

They apologized – but they know that Rule 5 works, even in presidential debates.

There’s full-on nekkidness here.

One thought on “Rule 5: Mexican Presidential Debate Edition – Do Mexican TV Producers Know About Stacy McCain?

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