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But Playboy appear to believe they're a winning combination and has put the Virgin Mary nude on its cover to celebrate Christmas. Stunning model Maria Florencia Onori poses in the December issue in nothing but angelic white cloth with a stained-glass window behind her. The Christmas edition was published the day before the traditional Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, a national celebration that commemorates an apparition of the Virgin in the country.
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Playboy magazine has issued its formal apology for publishing controversial cover featuring model Maria Florencia Onori posing nude as Virgin Mary in its Mexican edition. The cover shows the model standing in front of a stained glass window with scantly clad in a white cloth, which had created rows among Catholics. The magazine has already printed , copies of the issue, which have hit the stands seven days before the honouring Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. The Chicago based adult entertainment company, Playboy Enterprises Inc. The company said, "While Playboy Mexico never meant for the cover or images to offend anyone, we recognize that it has created offense, and we as well as Playboy Mexico offer our sincerest apologies. Meanwhile, Raul Sayrols, publisher of Playboy Mexico said,"The image is not and never was intended to portray the Virgin of Guadalupe or any other religious figure. The intent was to reflect a Renaissance-like mood on the cover.