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Victoria Beckham Receives A Dead Turkey Stuffed With Christmas Joy

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When exchanging gifts with that special vegetarian in your life, it’s best to just put the present under the tree…NOT STUFF IT INSIDE A TURKEY!!! But don’t take my word for it, just ask Posh Spice-A.K.A Victioria Beckham.

This Christmas, Victoria was given a gift bag by celebrity skin care doctor, Neetu Nirdosh, M.D, with an array of products for her upcoming world tour. Oh yeah, except the actual gift bag wasn’t a bag at all, but a dead turkey. That’s right, in the spirit of the holidays, Dr. Neetu Nirdosh, decided it would be a good idea to stuff some skin care freebies into dead poultry carcasses and give them to celebrities as festive gifts. Apparently, Dr. Nirdosh didn’t do his research or he would have learned that Victoria Beckham is a passionate vegetarian and animal lover. And as someone who himself is sans dead animal, I can freely say it’s probably not the BEST idea to hide my figgy pudding inside a turkey…dead or alive.

The Daily Express quoted a “source” close to Victoria, saying, “The thought of her using these products that have been stuffed inside a turkey is just nuts. She refuses to eat meat or wear fur so Victoria is far from impressed from it.”

I have heard of a lot of messed up things in my life, but this story definitely takes the cake…or should I say the giblets. Dr. Nirdosh, maybe you misunderstood- it’s called stalking stuffer, not stalking stuffing. Listen, I can’t tell you what she wants, what she really, really wants, but I’m pretty sure it wasn’t that!! You dummy!

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