The men’s magazine, famous for its centrefolds of nude women, said it is planning a photo spread entitled the ‘Women of Enron’ to showcase current and former employees of the company. She added a ‘Women of Andersen’ issue was not out of the question.
The magazine has not made any official approaches, but a Playboy spokeswoman said they were offering a second chance for Enron employees who might have lost their jobs.
She declined to say how much Playboy would pay the models, but stressed that they would be free to choose how much flesh to bare. Generally, Playboy pays more for less clothing.
A spokesman for Andersen said he doubted anyone from Andersen would take part in any asset stripping for the magazine.
But the magazine is aiming to publish the Enron spread in this summer – but it is not clear how many former Enron employees have expressed an interest.
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