Saudi Arabian beauty contest disqualifies 40 camels for using botox

Saudi Arabian beauty contest has disqualified more than 40 camels for receiving Botox injections and other cosmetic enhancements. Taking place during the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival, the contest offers $66m (£45m) in prizes. Key attributes include long, droopy lips, a big nose, and a shapely hump. Judges used “advanced” technology to uncover tampering with camels on a scale never seen before.

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All contestants were led into a hall where their appearance and movements were examined by specialists. Their necks, heads, and torsos were scanned with X-rays and 3D ultrasound machines. Samples were taken for genetic analysis and other tests.

Source: BBC