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Italian Movie Star Spends Day Granting Sexual Favors to No Voters

Italian actress Paola Saulino, 27, had promised to give blow jobs to everyone who voted no on Italy’s recent referendum .  After the referendum failed, she put out a list of cities and dates where she would orally gratify those who voted against the referendum.  Many people called it a publicity stunt.

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The first stop was to be Rome on January 7th.  Mission accomplished.  She said that 2017 started off the best way possible and that at the end of the day she was fine although she confessed to being a little tired.  There was no word on how many people she actually gave hummers to.  Also no pictures of the lucky winners were allowed.  She has 9 more dates set up and will finish her tour in Palermo on January 21st.

She posted a photograph of herself on Instagram on Saturday, along with the caption: 'First step of #pompatour is gone! A little bit tired [but] everthing is okay'The actress and glamour model added: 'This year is started in a best way as possible'

Ms Saulino said she would be visiting Rome, Florence, Bologna, Verona, Milan, Turin, Naples, Bari, Lecce and Palermo this month for the first leg of her tourShe initially made the promise to perform a sex act on everyone who voted no in Italy's referendum on November 23

From The Mail Online:

She initially made the promise to perform a sex act on everyone who voted no in Italy’s referendum on November 23, before announcing tour dates in December. 

Ms Saulino said she would be visiting Rome, Florence, Bologna, Verona, Milan, Turin, Naples, Bari, Lecce and Palermo this month for the first leg of her tour, urging people to fill in a booking form if they had voted No.

Some have dismissed the tour as a publicity stunt, with several Instagram users asking for ‘evidence’ that she had kept her promise.

However, others defended the actress and told critics to ‘stay quiet’ if they didn’t know – adding that photographs were not permitted to be shared online.   

Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi had called a referendum on constitutional reforms, which became a vote on confidence in his government.

 

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