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Debauchery In Public Thunderstorm cuts short opening of flashy Austrian AIDS gala

Debauchery In Public Thunderstorm cuts short opening of flashy Austrian AIDS gala


Former president Bill Clinton joined thousands of near naked reveling but had to run out of a thunderstorm.

Thousands dance in the public square with nearly nothing on.


The Washington Examiner reports "Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and others ran for cover as the opening of a flashy Austrian AIDS gala was cut short by a fierce thunderstorm.

Appearances by Clinton, burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese and Patti LaBelle had to be skipped after authorities issued a weather warning and ordered the packed square in front of Vienna's city hall to be cleared Saturday night.

The 18th annual party " a fundraiser for people with HIV and AIDS - each year attracts thousands of revelers in quirky costumes who dance until dawn in the vast neo-gothic building " often wearing nothing more than the bare minimum."
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Public Advocate says you dont have to disrobe to raise money for combating diseases. But "pro-homosexual activists and their leadership seem to think its normal.


Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/lifestyle/thunderstorm-cuts-short-star-studded-opening-of-flashy-austrian-aids-gala-98691989.html#ixzz0u4OFE7C3

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