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Three weeks after Bailey Gibson announced she was auctioning off her virginity, the year-old has set the amount she wants the winner to bid — and why she deserves the exorbitant sum. Now Bailey, who enlisted the help of the world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Nevada to advertise her first time, has the proof that could send potential bids through the roof. Bailey and Dennis Hof, the boss of the Nevada brothel, have sent through a letter from her doctor providing "proof" of her virginity. Verification by a board certified medical doctor states: "She wants her prospective bidders to know that she is the real thing. Bailey said her desire to prove her "purity" came after she doubted the "veracity" of some girls' "sexual innocence". Potential bidders will be able to make an offer on Bailey's virginity until September
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Okarito is less than two-hours drive from Hokitika. The wharf at Okarito, with a whitebaiter in the water. There is much to charm in this tiny West Coast hamlet, writes Elisabeth Easther.
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