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Silvio Berlusconi’s Bunga Bunga Dance With Manuela And Marianna Ferrera

by | 17th, March 2011

322ferrera Silvio Berlusconis Bunga Bunga Dance With Manuela And Marianna FerreraSILVIO Berlusconi’s Bunga Bunga circus introduces Manuela and Marianna Ferrera, the 25-year-old twin sisters famed for their occluded fronts as scantily clad weather girls on Italian telly.

(Lembit Opik, the former LibDem MP who dated a Cheeky Girl and a weather girl, might consider the Ferrera twins his fated match. Italy has Silvio. The UK has Lembit Opik. Discuss.)

Having already met Miss Italy Ambra Battilana, 18, and model Maylin Aguirre, 28, we now meet two more of the 33 women who, allegedly, attended Silvio’s candlelit dinners.

Says Silvio:

“The truth is the justice of these gentlemen [prosecutors] is senseless. They have named 33 women who will spend the rest of their lives with the mark of being prostitutes. Instead they are just ladies whose only crime was to take part in dinners hosted by the prime minister where there were also three musicians and six waiters present. They were elegant dinners. The girls would then have a dance in the disco – on their own because I don’t like dancing. Nothing else – then all this comes out. It’s unbelievable.”

Ah, the disco. Who doesn’t like a disco? Silvio doesn’t like to dance – but he likes to watch. But he does not like to be watched. Perhaps he invited so many women to protect him should he be forced to dance. They could stand around him while he stood in the middle performing his an electric boogaloo, or his trademark Bung Bunga dance – 32 women lie down and by rolling transport a naked, oiled Silvio forward towards a woman pretending to be asleep.


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Karima El Mahroug, aka Ruby Heartstealer, was 16 when Berlusconi allegedly slept with her. Do you think, given his age and the number of women, he might have just forgotten her..?



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