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Egypt to open investigations into porn star's pictures at Giza pyramids

Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities said on Friday that it will open investigations into the surfacing of pictures of an American-based porn star in front of Giza's pyramids

Ahram Online , Friday 1 May 2015
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Tourists walk past the pyramids in Giza (Photo: Reuters)
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Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities said on Friday that it will open investigations into the surfacing of "indecent pictures" of an American-based porn star in front of Giza's pyramids.

The ministry quoted the porn star Carmen De Luz's Facebook account saying that she only took pictures of herself and denied media reports that a pornographic video was shot in the area surrounding the pyramids and sphinx.

The ministry's statement added that "by thoroughly examining the pictures it is clear that there were no individuals or tour busses in the background, meaning that De Luz stayed in the area past the permitted hours".

The statement added that the tourism police should have evacuated all visitors in the area before 5 pm.

On her Twitter account, De Luz, who visited Egypt earlier this week, issued a statement in Arabic saying "I did not shoot a porno in Egypt for the sacredness of its people," and "…only went to visit because I love Egypt.”

One of the pictures shared by the actress showed her wearing a black cloak covering her body, while another picture showed her riding a camel and revealing her bottom with the pyramids in the background.

Meanwhile, De Luz re-tweeted a number of mostly sarcastic Egyptian tweets welcoming her to the country.

Amr Ahmed (@GoldenMayoo), tweeted to De Luz saying "thanks for supporting tourism in Egypt . :count me (as) one of your big fans."

While @Knight_egyptian tweeted to the actress saying, "welcome to egypt and we are not upset and a i love (you) very much keep it up you are the best."

At least two pornographic videos have been shot at the pyramids- one of them this year- by foreign visitors, prompting an outcry from Egyptian conservatives, and promises from the government that the incidents will be investigated.

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Carmen De Luz
03-05-2015 02:53pm
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Who you calling Fat
how rude of you
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Neo
02-05-2015 09:21pm
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Thorough and independent investigation
How dare she, Ms. De Luz had the audacity to show her bare fat bottom in front of the glory of holies; the 7,000-year shrine of civilization! This is not only an insult to the Pyramids, but an insult to all lovers of history and culture. The Muslim Brotherhood were absolutely right when they proposed to demolish the Pyramids to prevent this types of insults from ever happening again. A thorough and independent investigation is called for by a committee of 596 members to ascertain if a Fatwa is needed to chop the bottom of Ms. Light for tarnishing the image of the Pyramid and damaging tourism in Egypt.
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Thomas
04-05-2015 03:45am
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ove your work
I mean her's
Jack
03-05-2015 02:34pm
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No Camel Toe
This would have been a real crime
Sam
03-05-2015 02:09pm
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420 freindly
I second that and request a 420 friendly committee
Dr.Feelgood
02-05-2015 10:18pm
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69 committee members....
should be appropriate!
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Neo
02-05-2015 03:06pm
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Come-on!
If you publish a silly story, you have to be open to publish sillier comments! Let’s laugh a little … :)
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Mohsen Ragheb
02-05-2015 10:08am
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Pyramids Tourist Police Is CORRUPT!
Last summer I and my family tried to visit the pyramids unknowingly after hours, but I was hit by a tourist policeman in the back and we were unlawfully held and confined in the Pyramids tourist police station for about 4 hours (during that time they lied on a one-sided written statement to again unlawfully make themselves appear not guilty) and after that I and my son were unlawfully arrested in the Pyramids Police station (right next door to the tourist police station) for 72 hours which was like a nightmare for all of us and all the extended family and close friends. WE URGE YOU TO STOP POLICE CORRUPTION NOW FOR THE SAKE OF EGYPT AND ITS FUTURE.
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