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Paris Hilton Hilariously Dresses Up Passed Out Guy At 4th Of July Party
In general, it's a bad idea to pass out while a party is still raging around you. Just kind of a poor choice. If you find yourself slipping into a delicious, drunken slumber at a social gathering, you should try to maneuver yourself to a quiet room, or at least under a piece of furniture or something where no one can fuck with you. This lesson was learned the hard way over the weekend by a friend of Paris Hilton's, who found himself unconscious at her Malibu 4th of July party, and woke up wearing a bikini top, Daisy Dukes and clutching a purse. To be fair, the shorts were placed delicately over another pair of shorts (or possibly two), but still. It seems unlikely that he placed them there himself before dozing off into alcohol-induced naptime.
His face was also obscured completely with a bandana, which seems sort of unsafe, but maybe that was on there already?
Anyway, TMZ has the photo of the unlucky fellow, so take a gander here.
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