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Australian Penthouse April/May 2018

An international men's magazine focused on glamour photography and lifestyle.

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from the editor-in-chief

A LITTLE over 50 years ago, a London-based artist named Bob Guccione picked up a camera and founded this magazine. His intent was to provide men with a product of such unparalleled quality that they could read it both for the beautiful women contained on its pages and for the content and character of its writing. Today, in a time when high-quality journalism is becoming scarce, we continue this tradition. The world is flooded with fake news, biased journalists, Twitter mobs and corrupt politicians, determined to distort the truth and push their agendas on to you. Just like Bob 50 years ago, we believe free speech and freedom of expression are the only tools we have at our disposal to uncover the truth and expose their lies and hypocrisies. Penthousehas always…

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jake requests consent

THERE’S a new dating app in town and it’s nothing like Tinder. First, it won’t help you meet girls near you, or even get a date. It’s called LegalFling, and it’s used to grant consent to interested sexual partners with the swipe of a thumb. Do you hear it? That’s the sound of 2018. The Dutch-created app claims to “record sexual consent in a legally binding agreement, which is verifiable through the blockchain, a secure, encrypted public ledger that records ‘transactions’”. Upon opening the app, you’re given a number of options: Photo & Video; Use Condom; STD Free; Explicit Language; BDSM, and many more. Your ‘counterparty’ requests that you accept the terms before you have sex and by agreeing you accept the fling and if you’re still horny by that point, then…

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black pudding matters

A BUTCHER, just minutes from death, beat his way to freedom with the assistance of a 1.5kg block of blood sausage. The British breakfast staple came in handy after 70-year-old Chris McCabe inadvertently trapped himself inside of his shop’s walk-in freezer. The father of four from Totnes, Devon, tells The Telegraph: “Black pudding saved my life, without a doubt. No one could hear me banging because [the freezer] is outside, round the back of the shop. I had rushed in. I was in a hurry as usual and I heard the door shut behind me. I thought that was OK, because I could kick the safety button from inside.” However the safety button had frozen over in the sub-20 degrees Celsius and McCabe’s future was suddenly filled with the chilling possibility that…

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ultrarunner’s career down the gurgler

PROFESSIONAL sport’s integrity has gone to shit – literally. Kelly Agnew, a keen Ultramarathon runner had his title stripped after it was revealed that he’d been hiding in portable toilets to cheat and win races, the New York Post reports. Agnew was disqualified from Across the Years, a fixed-time event in Arizona, when he was caught “registering laps without running the complete loop of the course,” according to a Facebook post from race organisers. The event organisers decided to investigate and found his lap times were full of shit, so to speak. “He was witnessed circling back at the start/ finish staging area after completing a lap, spending over seven minutes in a portable restroom and then ‘completing’ the lap and going on for his next without actually running the mile-plus loop,”…

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nabbed, the nigerian prince

THE Nigerian prince email scam has earned itself notoriety in online communities. While most kings ceased to exist around the age of the internet, there is one prince who lived on – the Nigerian prince, and he comes bearing riches. Following an 18-month investigation into the email scam, police arrested 67-year-old Michael Neu from Louisiana, who – surprise, surprise – is not a real prince. He’s a trashy grandfather living in a trailer park. Neu was charged with 269 counts of wire fraud and money laundering. Police described him as a middleman who participated in hundreds of financial transactions designed to con money from victims across the US. Monies acquired by Neu was wired to co-conspirators in Nigeria.…

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meet the sand-eating lithuanian

GRANDMOTHERS are known for having strange remedies to fix your maladies when you’re not feeling well, but what if Grandma offered you a teaspoon of sand? Stanislava Monstvilene, 70, from Lithuania, says she has been living on nothing but sand for the past decade. She also claims the mineral-rich substance helped cure her of a brain tumour. While at one point she developed an addiction to it, she has since overcome it and now swears by its healing properties. “I had a late-stage brain tumour. They said I wouldn’t last very long. My haemoglobin level was 60 (around five times over the normal range),” Monstvilene told RT. “I was passing by and once an idea came to my mind – take the sand and eat it. For the first time I choked…