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Bernie Madoff’s Cameltoe: More Evidence of Wrongdoing

We don't know how we missed the picture at left in the June issue of Vanity Fair until just now, but now that we've seen it, we need to share. Pictured are Bernie and Ruth Madoff in the mid-eighties, in a state of what the caption calls "play." You should probably go out and buy the magazine to see the full-size version to really appreciate the confusing nature of the image, but don't look at it for too long, because you'll be surprised at how much you can see. Or at least, you know, deduce. We'd like to hold a quick caption contest. What does this photo say about the Madoffs (if it helps, you should know that Ruth is carrying two bottles of hot sauce, and Bernie is wearing Michigan sweatpants). Here are a few ideas to get you started:

“So that's where he's hiding it!”
“David the gnome and wife Lisa go to Park City.”
“Your parents could be multibillionaire swindlers, too.”
“CeCe Rhodes and husband, circa 1982.”
“When L.L. Bean happens to bad people.”
“Michigan endowment faces sharp drop.”

Bernie Madoff's Secretary Spills His Secrets [VF]

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