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Now Trending: Israeli Men in High Heels

An ultra-Orthodox newspaper serves up a Photoshop fail

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Our intrepid writer Yair Rosenberg, who recently brought us the most Jewish correction in the history of the New York Times, passed along another gem this morning, this time from an ultra-Orthodox newspaper in Israel.

In the picture you’ll notice a protest with two men carrying a banner in front. Alas, where a woman once stood, a man with what appears to be a terrible case of rickets and some stylish high heels has been photoshopped in. (Notice how everyone else is looking in an entirely different direction.)

The worst part of all? They forgot to edit out what appears to be Ron Jeremy in the middle of the picture, carrying a blue backpack.

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Now Trending: Israeli Men in High Heels

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