THE Sun has confirmed it will continue to print bare breasts in a join-the-dots format.
Images of topless girls will be converted into puzzle form, meaning that nudity can now only be viewed by readers with penmanship skills.
A spokesman said: “Page 3 is a time-honoured tradition whereby dads can enjoy becoming sexually aroused at the family breakfast table.
“We didn’t want to cave in to the feminist killjoys, so we’ve added a puzzle element.
“Parents will be able to follow an alternate pattern that allows them to draw a woolly jumper over the model, and mature readers can opt for the ‘European’ subscription which allows them to add gynecological features.
“Kids will see their fathers hunched over the page with a biro and look forward to having a go on it when they’re older.”
However puzzle fan Roy Hobbs said: “Puzzles are a reliable, safe entertainment form for elderly people and weird asexual men like me. Whenever I see one I have to complete it.
“But when I start a dot-to-dot I’m hoping for a nice picture of a squirrel or a space rocket, not a poolside shot of semi-naked 19-year-old with a fixed grin and a hollow doll-like gaze.”