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Brazil's Miss Bumbum competition rocked by allegations of bribery after rivals accuse contestants of paying judges

    By Matt Roper

PUBLISHED: 09:47 GMT, 27 October 2013 | UPDATED: 12:00 GMT, 27 October 2013

An annual contest to find the sexiest bottom in Brazil has been rocked by scandal after two of the candidates were accused of bribing judges to rig the votes, it was reported today.

Blonde beauties Mari Sousa, 25, and Eliana Amaral, 24, are among 15 finalists in the running to be crowned Miss Bumbum 2013.

The competition, which is in its third year, has a huge following in the country and around the world, and titleholders often go on to become national celebrities.

The owner of this year's most beautiful backside was due to be crowned at a grand finale next month.

But the contest has been plunged into chaos after rivals accused Ms Sousa and Ms Amaral of paying thousands of pounds to the event's judging panel for the right to come first and second.

Brazil's O Dia newspaper reported that Ms Amaral, a law student representing the northeastern state of Pernambuco, had allegedly paid organisers around 18,000 for second place.

Contestant Poliana Lopes, 23, claimed Ms Sousa, a former funk music dancer representing Rio Grande do Sul state, southern Brazil, had paid an even larger amount to the judges to be the competition's overall winner.

Ms Lopes said: 'It's no longer a secret to anyone that Miss Bumbum has been bought and already has a winner, Mari Sousa.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2477778/Brazils-Miss-Bumbum-competition-rocked-allegations-bribery-rivals-accuse-contestants-paying-judges.html#ixzz2jEqHRo1Z
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"Giving away something in charity does not cause any decrease in a person's wealth, but increases it instead. The person who adopt humility for the sake of Allah is exalted in ranks by Him".
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