Model who offers to use her backside as a tee wedge sues Playboy when it all goes wrong 8 years ago

Model who offers to use her backside as a tee wedge sues Playboy when it all goes wrong

A model is suing Playboy after a golf stunt went badly wrong.

Liz Dickson allowed a golfer to insert a tee where the sun doesn't shine during the Playboy Golf Finals (we're fairly sure it doesn't form part of the PGA Tour roster) at the Industry Hills Golf Club in Los Angles in March 2012.

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The golfer got distracted by 'something' and the inevitable happened, as he struck her square in the... you get the drill.

Dickson is now suing for battery and negligence in the amount of $500,000.

The legal documents claim that golfer Keven Klein attempted the drive but his club missed the tee and “struck plaintiff on the buttocks, causing her injuries and damages.”

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Cheers to Darren Creaven for alerting us to this.