THE Sun has reinstated semi-naked females on its third page, but will stick with non-human species.
Today’s edition of the tabloid shows a sow called ‘Debbie’ who is described as being ‘from Stoke’.
A source at the newspaper said: “It’s a combination of mild titillation and learning about the natural world – something the whole family can enjoy.
“Next week we’ve got an ocelot that could be the new Lucy Pinder.”
Mother-of-two Emma Bradford said: “Sexually objectified animals is one thing, but are they free range sexually objectified animals? That’s what I want to know.”