12 Camels Disqualified From Beauty Pagent For Unethical Botox Use
Their lips could give many beauty bloggers a run for their money, but it's these lips that unfortunately led to their disqualification. We're talking about the 12 camels that were disqualified from an annual beauty contest in Saudi Arabia for Botox use. The animals were rejected from the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival for receiving Botox - used in cosmetic surgeries to remove wrinkles - and violating the contest's strict rules, report the Daily Mail. "They use Botox for the lips, the nose, the upper lips, the lower lips and even the jaw," said Ali Al Mazrouei, the son of a top Emirati breeder, to The National. "It makes the head more inflated so when the camel comes it's like, 'Oh look at how big is that head is. It has big lips, a big nose'."