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Berlusconi fury over naked photos Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has reacted angrily to the publication in Spain of photographs showing topless women and a naked man at his villa. He also faces a probe for using state aircraft to fly guests to Sardinia. The prime minister is said to have used Italian aircraft to ferry guests to and Villa Certosa, "almost every weekend" between the summer of and January of this year, El Pais reports. Mr Berlusconi is being investigated for misuse of public funds, and confirmed on Thursday that he had been formally placed under investigation by prosecutors.
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This article is from the archive of our partner. We've marveled at Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's ability to remain in office despite his fondness for Holocaust jokes , underage Moroccan runaways named Ruby the Heart Stealer , and 'bunga bunga' parties at his villa outside Milan, which include everything you'd expect from a 'bunga bunga' party hosted by Silvio Berlusconi. How to explain the man's remarkable resiliency? We'd suggest that the year-old embattled prime minister--like countless other year-old embattled prime ministers before him--has benefited from the press heretofore refraining from publishing any photos of the aging prime minister "naked in the company of young women.
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The photos were taken last summer while Topolanek was still the Czech PM, but he has since resigned. From Times Online:. He said that the photographs had been doctored and accused "European socialists" of orchestrating a smear campaign.
Red-faced Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi insisted on Friday he had nothing to fear after the publication of photos showing topless women and a naked man sunbathing at his island villa. AFP - Italy's scandal-plagued Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi angrily insisted Friday he had nothing to fear after the publication of photos showing topless women and a naked man sunbathing at his island villa. Berlusconi's lawyer vowed to sue Spain's El Pais after the daily published the pictures, which were among hundreds of photos that had been seized by Italian authorities after the premier filed a complaint to block their release. The pictures were released on the eve of European Parliament elections in Italy, which could now serve as a test on the scandal's impact on his popularity.