Diesel Does Brooklyn Law, New York Post Dirty


You will always find pretty naked people in the New York Post, because why not. Saturday features steamy photos from the brand Diesel, which rented the library at Brooklyn Law School for a photo shoot. The result? Post take it away: “There oughta be a law — against being this naughty.” Get it? More specifically, it’s a bunch of “writhing young models in skimpy lingerie grinding against books and computers.” The school is not happy. In fact, they object!

“When the school gave its permission to do the shoot, the school was assured that the photos would be in good taste. They are not,” said one official.

Additionally, the serious school’s students were none too pleased. More from the Post:

“It’s gross. I work on those computers every day!” fumed a female student, referring to a shot showing two bra- and panty-clad women climbing over the machines toward an open-mouthed man.

“Ugh. The library fantasies are now relentless.”

The newspaper then goes into detail about what the photos look like:

In one shot, a woman crouches over a man lying facedown on a desk covered with legal tomes, with the rear of her pink panties bearing the words, “Today I am your school teacher.”

His gray undies answer, “Tonight I am your student.”

And on their website, they show you!

“How could they let this happen?” one student asked. No one is innocent. Except you, dear reader. Enjoy!