Diesel models smear privates on law school
Students at Brooklyn Law School are chafing after Diesel models in their underwear commandeered the school's library for an ad shoot and rubbed their gross bodies all over the books and stacks. The shoot took place last spring, but the images have just been released, prompting outrage. "It's gross. I work on those computers every day," one student tells the New York Post. Says another: "I thought the [shoot] was disgusting, for a law institution to have people in their underwear where we study and work is unbecoming of a law institution." In a note to students, dean Michael Gerber wrote: "We are as shocked and mortified as you must be by these photographs. When the school gave its permission to do the shoot, the school was assured that the photos would be in good taste. They are not." Diesel has not commented, but surely sees this as another great success in its campaign of global ass kicking. See a bunch of images after the jump. Via Gawker.
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