Mexico Beauty Contest Cancelled After Contestants Deemed Too Ugly

March 19, 2018
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The country of Tabasco in Mexico was hoping to find their next "Mr. Tabasco 2017."  

The organizers, headed by Oscar Servin Leon and his modeling agency first caused some controversy by advertising they were looking for contestant with a minimum height of 5 feet 10 inches, must be single, childless, have an athletic body, and not be a stripper.  Well, we're not sure what exactly this agency was expecting, but they only had six people throw their hat into the ring for contention.  And let's just say, the agency was less than enthused with the turnout.

Servin Leon tried his hardest, even taking the six contestants to publicity shoots, but it was eventually decided to scrap the entire contest because the contestants were just "too ugly."  The modeling agency said in a statement, "The National Organisation of Mr Model Mexico regrets to inform that the event Mr Model Tabasco 2017 has been canceled until further notice, due to [contestants> not meeting the physical requirements established for the organization."

Bet those guys are feeling pretty good about themselves, huh?

Via The Sun