Quite so. The identical picture, by the paparazzo Nikos, appeared in several papers: except that now you saw through - in the Sun - now you didn't - in the Mail. So who was the villain? No one, it emerged. The print Nikos supplied did indeed reveal the concealed - flash can get to flesh through flimsy fabrics, even opaque ones apparently. The Sun
picture was as the camera saw it, the Mail gallantly printed it a touch darker, as it would have looked to the eye. The moral is, girls: when facing flash-guns go for a sturdy bra.
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