Poonam Pandey upset with morphed nude image

Glamsham Editorial

Strip sensation Poonam Pandey is again in the news!

The model reposted an image on a social-networking site, made by one of her fans, which showed a morphed image of a Pakistani cricketer bowing before the portrait of a Hindu god and a nude Poonam. But this didn't go well with Kolkata citizens when an English daily published the morphed picture.

Poonam posted on the micro-blogging saying, "I am really shocked and hurt over the incident in Kolkata, a fan made stupid morphed pic of mine was published by mistake on a News Paper. Tweet Hearts and all my Fans round d World i do appreciate ur Love towards me but such edited/Morphed pix really hurt me. Please keep me away from any such unwanted controversies which could hurt one's sentiments."

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