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By David Mack 3 hours 24 minutes ago AEST
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A women?s rights group is calling on the Australian Sports Party to apologise for a Facebook photo featuring a topless woman jogging.
The Australian Sports Party should apologise for a Facebook photo featuring a topless woman jogging, a women's rights group says.
The picture is accompanied by an anecdote about the woman, described as "voluptuous" and a "babe", who is running with a sign around her neck saying, "If you catch me, you can have me".
Wayne Dropulich of the Australian Sports Party was elected to the Senate in last September's federal election, before the WA count was declared void due to missing ballots.
The party is fielding candidates, including Mr Dropulich, in the re-run of the WA Senate election on April 5.
Early voting is underway with 50 polling centres opened in Perth and in regional areas
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The Facebook post describes a man successfully losing weight by chasing two women wearing the signs, one of whom is described as a "voluptuous, athletic 19-year-old babe dressed in nothing but a pair of running shoes".

It also describes how the man loses a dramatic amount of weight when he is ultimately pursued by a "huge muscular guy ... wearing nothing but pink running shoes and a sign around his neck that reads, 'If I catch you, you are mine'."

:laugh: Well, they know how to get attention...

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Because if anything in this country needs more attention it's sport.

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