Cruel CBS Bosses Stick Young Blonde Ex-Swimwear Model in Middle of Egyptian Mob

Lara Logan pictured just before she was attacked in Tahrir Square

CAIRO – Egypt – In what has to be one of the cruellest attempts at news broadcasting, CBS bosses put a young female reporter in the midst of baying Egyptian rioters and were surprised when she was sexually assaulted.

“We couldn’t believe it. We ordered this young beautiful reporter with her smooth pale skin and blonde hair to go bang into the middle of a mob of crazy Egyptians celebrating in Tahrir Square. They’d never been up close to such a beauty and in a country where women wear Burqas, we don’t understand how she was sexually assaulted multiple times only to be rescued by the Egyptian Army,” Ron Weinstein, senior segment producer for CBS news said from his luxurious office in Washington DC.

Surely the CBS hierarchy who order reporters into situations could not have been so naive?


“I don’t know how this could have happened. We ordered Lara Logan to go and report right in the middle of the sexually frustrated baying crowds of young Egyptian men. They must have thought it was Christmas, Ramadan and Hanukkah all rolled into one!” another CBS producer quipped before driving off in his Lamborghini Countach.

Next Week, CBS producers want to send Ms Logan into a Guatemalan jail armed only with a Polaroid camera and a skimpy blouse.

  • Wise-One

    Color me surprised!!!!…….NOT!!

    Now if this had been a FOX correspondent I'd be upset…..

  • Anonymous

    please people don't make from this tiny issue a big deal this can happen in place while there is a huge amount of enthusiastic young men and i am so sorry for her

  • Jasmine

    I was at Tahreer Square and nothing happened to any girl and not all the egyptians women wear Burqas we quite riding Camales and horses and we drive cars now !!! and i repeat it again i'm a gairl i don't wear Burqas and i was in tahreer square and nothing of that happend ( or she is the only super hot girl in the work d Duhh !!! )

  • For heaven's sake, working outside the home is hardly the same thing as visiting an Arab country. Nobody said it was her fault, but she certainly should have used a little more common sense. From reading up on her background she seems like an attention whore who will do anything for press. Just look at how the papers were crying out "Rape!" when in fact she hadn't even technically been raped. Her career was obviously more important to her than her safety.

  • Larry F.

    That picture got me hot under the collar and i'm not Egyptian. Where can I find more pics of her? She's absolutely gorgeous…

  • im eygption

    Egypt is Sorry for u
    we are very sorry
    These are not Bmsrien These are the followers of the government

  • MM

    Egypt is Sorry for u !

    for others ( we dont have the rights to be judgmental ! and generalize this bad behavior for all Egyptians ) and u can check this site to know at which country have more rape criminals http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_rap_percap-crime-rapes-per-capita

  • Artie

    that was like throwing fresh meat to the dogs or some chicken.

  • jO

    IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY TO SEE THESE IGNORANT FOOLS WHO KNOW NOTHING ABOUT DIFFERENT CULTURES GOING TO THESE COUNTRYS AND THINKING THEY SHOUD ACT LIKE THEY DO BACK HOME. DON'T THEY DO RESEARCH AND THIS STUPID ARTICLE DOESNT HELP EITHER IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY THAT CBS DID THIS TO HER. SHE SHOULD SUE THEM IF THEY PUSHED HER INTO THAT SITUATION. I HOPE YOU GET BETTER LARA.

  • esquiver

    Seriously! Furthermore, to ensure that women never face this risk (which, as you point out in your piece, was clearly her fault), they should never take any job outside the home and should only leave the house in a burkha — after all, who's to say that SOME guy might not find them attractive? And if he does, it's her fault, right?
    Just taking your article to its logical conclusions.

  • Sarah

    What an earth did they bloody well expect? You don't put a young lady like her in a situation like that without serious sexual assalts? Have any of these people ever lived in the Middle East? I have and i know what it's like. What the hell was she doing there?

  • Dastardly

    Methinks those Egyption boys need some equality training

  • You R. Pathetic

    No doubt, you'll make as much humor of it in the tragic event your wife, mother, sister, and/or daughter(s) are ever gang raped and beaten. You are all in need of serious, clinical, extensive mental help.

  • Bruce

    she fu@@ed her way to the top so i'm sure she had no problem with what happened …