Saudi camel beauty contest disqualifies over 40 in crackdown on Botox

Forty-three camels have been disqualified from a beauty contest in Saudi Arabic as organizers crack down on the use of Botox injections.

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Saudi Camel Beauty Contest Disqualifies Over 40 In Crackdown On Botox | Mintah News Network

Camel breeders compete for more than $66 million in prize money at stake in the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival. Judges choose the winner based on the animals’ heads, necks, humps, dress and posture.

Saudi Camel Beauty Contest Disqualifies Over 40 In Crackdown On Botox | Mintah News Network

Devices such as X-ray machines and sonar devices are used to exam the camels to detect tampering – 147 cases of which have occurred, the largest number since the festival began, according to CNN.

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