Ugly Old Camels Disqualified from Saudi Beauty Contest for Using Botox

Man, Saudi Arabia is a weird place. What do you do for fun in a place that bans alcohol and movie theaters, makes women walk around in bee keeper outfits and arrests people for singing in public? You have a beauty contest to find the sexiest young camel in the country, that’s what!

This year’s King Abdulaziz Camel Festival has been rocked by scandal, however, as 12 camels were disqualified for using Botox, as reported by the Daily Mail. Which is just wrong. This contest is held to find the sexiest, hottest young camels in the country, not some mutton dressed as lamb cougar camel pretending to still have it going on.

I mean, it’s kind of a nightmare when you’re chatting up a pretty young camel you want to take home and you find out that she’s actually in her 30s and has had hump implants. That’s just not what the modern Saudi man is looking for in a camel.

The 28-day camel-off awards upwards of $60 million US in prize money for various camels, and the handbook says that “Camels that are found with drugs in the lips, shaved, dyed in any parts of the body, or with changes from natural form are not allowed.” I dunno, I think if I would at least want the camels to be shaved if I was judging a camel beauty contest. No one likes a hairy camel.

This is what happens when your country is so sexually repressed that you’ll stone someone to death for holding a bikini contest: you get a month of guys standing around rating literal camel toes instead.

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