What is it about the Pyramids that gets people so turned on? Porn star Carmen De Luz's latest photos has Egypt's authorities all hot under the collar...
Once again Egyptian authorities have launched a massive investigation, determined to leave no clues overlooked after photos of porn star Carmen De Luz emerged of her showing off her assets at the Great Pyramids of Giza.
On April 30th, Carmen De Luz uploaded a photo of her sitting on a camel exposing her back side in front of the Pyramids. The photo may not have broken the internet, but it definitely caught the eyes of Egyptian authorities, who have examined the photo for hours and have accused the porn star of visiting the Pyramids beyond public operating hours. Releasing a statement, The Ministry of Antiquities explained that "by thoroughly examining the pictures it is clear that there were no individuals or tour busses in the background, meaning that De Luz stayed in the area past the permitted hours." According to the statement all visitors must be evacuated by tourism police before 5PM..
When the story broke, many began spreading rumours that this porn star had filmed porno at the historic site, a claim which she denied on Twitter saying she was visiting simply as a tourist and not a performer, however made no mention to whether or not she visited after hours. From an examination of the photo we can tell that she took her photo during the day. What time? Unclear, but we are sure if we stare at the photo long enough we will crack the case.
مانشيت: بالصور…تصوير فيلم إباحي لممثلة بورنو أمريكية بالأهرامات للمرة الثالثة😳wow seriously ?!!! No I did not http://t.co/VW9uvZrhN1— Carmen De Luz (@CarmenDeLuzXXX) May 2, 2015
Sadly this is a second time this year that authorities have concerned themselves with pyramid porn. In March, an amateur porn clip had Egyptians ‘talking'. Despite the video being made years prior, authorities launched an investigation and promised to re-examine policies in hopes of preventing a similar incident from happening. However, all things considered, the hoopla seems to be a waste of resources as there are clearly more important security threats than a mooning incident at the Pyramids.