Beauty Pageant Canceled After Contestants Are Deemed Too Ugly
This year’s Mr. Model Tabasco pageant an annual male beauty contest held in Tabasco, Mexico was shut down when pageant runners deemed applicants not hunky enough to hold the title.
The contest was held by modeling agent Oscar Servin Leon. Before the hooplah began, he released a list of requirements for applicants: they needed to be at least five feet 10 inches, childless, single, fit and not a stripper, the Sun reports.
Six strapping bachelors signed up and showed off their swimsuits, casual clothes and formal wear but the competition was called off because the men didn’t measure up to the pageant-runners’ standards.
They wrote in a statement: “The National Organization of Mr. Model Mexico regrets to inform that the event Mr. Model Tabasco 2017 has been canceled until further notice, due to [contestants] not meeting the physical requirements established for the organization.”
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