FATHERS have responded to the end of Page 3 by claiming it was just an innocent bit of sexual stimulation to enjoy with their cereal.
Following reports that The Sun would no longer use topless models, dad-of-two Roy Hobbs said: “Another victory for the PC brigade. What could possibly be wrong with looking at large exposed breasts and enjoying a warm feeling in my genitals, while around me my family eats toast and prepares for school?
“All I want is to have my Bran Flakes while forming detailed mental images of sexual intercourse with a 19-year-old girl called Mandy from Yeovil.
Anti-Page 3 campaigner Mary Fisher said: “This is a great victory for feminism, especially because print media and newspapers are so popular these days.
“As far as I can see it is now pretty much impossible to see naked women, unless you do something really complicated with computers.”