Miranda Kerr is saving the global economy, one banker at a time
She's not referring to wardrobe malfunctions or flights canceled thanks to a certain volcano -- Kerr is talking about her racy photographs almost getting a banker fired from his job.
"I wasn't offended. I just felt sorry for the poor guy," she tells GQ magazine, for which she serves as June cover girl.
Aussie David Kiely was the unassuming man who, during a live TV spot, was caught ogling a Kerr spread. After the model threw her weight (however low that number) behind him, his employment was saved and her fate as office pinup sealed.
"I wonder if he'll get into trouble if we send him this cover," she pondered with the mag.
"We should send him a signed cover! He can read the magazine at home instead of at work on the Internet."
And now she's bringing families together.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: Miranda Kerr photographed for GQ's Love, Sex and Madness issue. Credit: Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin / GQ.
Between her physical charm and human-resources prowess, we really can't top Miss Kerr. You can try with other scenarios involving gratuitous beefcake and cheescake, or just check out our Twitter and Facebook pages. You know, in case the boss is watching.