The Sun brings back Page 3 topless photos

The Sun brings back Page 3 topless photos

A topless woman appears on Page 3 of tomorrow’s UK edition of The Sun newspaper for the first time in almost a week, bringing to an end speculation that the paper had dropped the long-running feature.

It had been widely thought the controversial segment had ended after 44 years, moving online to the paper’s website and this week British Government ministers welcomed the move.

But tomorrow’s paper shows 22-year-old Nicole from Bournemouth winking and baring her breasts.

Under the headline “Clarifications and Corrections” the paper states: “Further to recent reports in all other media outlets, we would like to clarify that this is Page 3 and this is a picture of Nicole, 22, from Bournemouth.

“We would like to apologise on behalf of the print and broadcast journalists who have spent the last two days talking and writing about us.”

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