Jan 13, 2003 3:09 PM
|MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuters) - Anna Kournikova has settled one of the debates at this year's Australian Open--the fabled tattoo on her back does not exist.
Speculation has been rife after Kournikova was photographed with a large plaster on her back just above the waistband of her skirt.
But laughing at reports the plaster was to cover up the name of a boyfriend or some body art, the blonde Russian said: "I don't think I have anything on my body, no.
"It is a heat patch ... I have had chronic back pain and it is a heat patch I have worn for some years.
"My skirt is a little lower this year which is why you can now see it."
|I need more evidence||Alpedhuez55|
Jan 13, 2003 4:16 PM
|I do not think that there is suficient proof to clear her of these charges. I think the skirt needs to be a little lower.|
|I need more evidence||DougSloan|
Jan 13, 2003 4:20 PM
|I would bet that if you look enough on the internet, you'll find something. I wouldn't do it at work, though.|
|That woke me up. No sir, no coffee for me today! (nm)||eyebob|
Jan 14, 2003 8:03 AM