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Golden Palace Casino Buys Suri Cruise’s Bronzed Baby Poop
In a much-publicized purchase that could only be weirder if the subject of the bronzing was purchased instead of the bronzing itself, Golden Palace Online Casino has just purchased an bronzing of the end results of newborn Suri Cruise’s first ever meal.
Whilst the purchases of Golden Palace Casino get stranger and stranger (they also hold in their collection a half-eaten corndog bought by Britney Spears and K-Fed, the Britney Spears Pregnancy Test and numerous other items such as the Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese Sandwich), the publicity stunts do often serve a good cause or two.
The $10,000 Golden Palace Casino paid for the “Suri Cruise Bronzed Baby
Poop” will go to the Kristin Brooks Hope Centre. The bronzing itself is an original work of art by sculptor Daniel Edwards. The Capla Kesting Fine Art Gallery commissioned the sculpture, and it is “purportedly cast from the excretion of [Suri’s] first solid meal…the baby poop [is cast] with a bronze finish and mounted on a base that includes a brass plate engraved with baby Suri’s name.”
The Kristin Brooks Hope Centre is a worthy cause. The staff at the centre specialize in prevention of suicide through the treatment of depression. In a strange twist of events, the Kristin Brooks Hope Centre treated actress Brooke Shields for post-natal depression following the birth of her child. Tom Cruise, the father of Suri, criticized Brooke Shields at the time but has since apologized for doing so.
Golden Palace Casino Chief Executive Officer Richard Rowe commented: “This is a wonderful charity and we are pleased to help contribute to their admirable efforts. It is rather surreal that a couple of pieces of baby poop could raise money for charity, but anything is possible these days. We welcome the bronzed poop into our collection of strange items.”
They are a strange lot at the Golden Palace Casino marketing department – buying bronzed baby poops and giving away 300% bonuses to new players – don’t miss out