State Department Issues Travel Advisory To Students Watching Fox News During Spring Break

04/15/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011


In a surprise warning, the State Department issued a travel alert cautioning parents, college students and teens to be mindful of the deluge of video clips depicting near-naked, gyrating women cavorting on Mexican beaches and pool sides during Spring Break that are being aired 25/8 on Fox News.

"It seems that Fox News has made an editorial decision to use an inordinate amount of video of bikini-clad coeds to support their coverage of the violent Mexican drug cartels," said a State Department spokesman. "We're finding that this inappropriate prmotional tactic is causing a surge of post pubescent boys to head into their rooms, sometimes three and four times a day, to watch O'Reilly/'Hannity/Van Susteren. As most nuns will tell you, that's playing with hell-fire."

During the March 3 edition of The O'Reilly Factor, while host Bill O'Reilly discussed the issue with a topless Dick Morris, he repeatedly aired footage of bouncing bikini-clad women swinging their bosoms wildly, Morris claimed, "A defenseless boy could get his eye knocked out by READ THE REST OF THE IMPORTANT CABLE NEW TRAVEL TIPS HERE.

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