Saturday, July 21, 2007

Spanish magazine El Jueves with royal sex cartoon banned

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El Jueves (The Thursday) is a Spanish satirical and political humour weekly magazine. Due to the front page ( shows a cartoon of Crown Prince Felipe and his wife having sex), it has been banned and retired from shops by Spain's High Court.

The cartoon on the front page of the weekly satirical magazine El Jueves depicted Prince Felipe saying sex was the closest he would come to working.

It was published after the government announced it would pay couples nearly $3,500 for each new baby born.

The high court judge ruled that the cartoon insulted the royal family. Link




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