According to some people, the nude photo which Sherlyn Chopra posted on Twitter recently was not removed by the social networking site, as claimed by her. The model, who is now called an actress by some fans whom she probably promised either gold or sex, might have removed it herself because she found that a tiny mole on her right arm had not been removed through photoshop. However, out of embarrassment that might arise if she shared the truth, she blamed it completely on Twitter through her tweets.
After removing the photo, she tweeted “Where has my pic disappeared?” and then “This is strange! Can Twitter kindly let me know where my pics are? Is there a censor board on Twitter???” Twitter officials have, meanwhile, rubbished Chopra’s blame. An employee told a television channel, “Not that we do not have a censor board, but we do not waste time caring about useless wannabe folks going addicted, mad or naked.”
We could not find a more decent photo of Sherlyn on the Google search. It might well be that she is naked here as well, and what she seems to be wearing in black is all a big mole, that she usually hides using photoshop.
Our reporter visited Sherlyn under the disguise of a Playboy agent to discover the fact that Sherlyn indeed has a mole on her right arm. When we analysed the photo that was deleted (but carefully recorded by some websites), we found the mole there all right. This gives weight to the speculation that the photo was not photoshopped.
“When I saw the photo, I spotted the mole instantly. I wondered why Sherlyn had posted a pic with such a defect,” said Nityananda Tiwari, a self-proclaimed expert on photos and videos of Bollywood actresses. “When she discovered it, she wanted to remove it as soon as possible. Feeling that fans might start wondering, she posted a tweet, giving the impression that the photo had been removed by Twitter on account of it being nude.”
In a news talk show yesterday night, anchor Arnab Goswami had raised the issue. While experts like
omnipresent otherwise-jobless panelist Suhel Seth demanded Twitter to explain why it had removed the photo if it indeed had done so, Congress spokesperson Manish Tiwari said that the photo had been removed by the UPA’s information and broadcasting ministry to protect the interests of underage Twitter users.
“I believe you removed the photo because you felt your big breasts looked too small without anything on them,” a fan replied to Sherlyn’s tweet.