Playboy Model Sues After Stunt with Golf Ball on Rear Goes Wrong

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterMarch 14, 2014

1998:  Clubhead and ball on a tee. \ Mandatory Credit: Paul Severn /Allsport
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Playboy model Liz Dickson is suing after an extraordinary stunt in which she balanced a golf ball on her bottom backfired.

Dickson won the title of 2011 Girl of Playboy Golf, according to the Facebook page:

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The lawsuit, TMZ reports, claims that Dickson was at a golf course in Los Angeles in March 2012 at a Playboy tournament—and was told to lie down on her front for a picture.

NineMSN adds:

Dickson agreed to have a photo taken of her lying on her stomach “with her buttocks partially exposed” so that Kevin Klein, co-host of the show, could hit a golf ball put atop a tee that was inserted between her butt cheeks, the suit alleges.

Unfortunately, however, Klein's swing missed—leaving her with what doctors claim are "severe injuries, some of which are permanent."

She's suing for $500,000 in punitive damages.

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