Shirtless photo Agent Humphries sent to Jill Kelley
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Shirtless FBI agent in Petraeus scandal: Photo was joke emailed to friends
This photograph shows FBI Special Agent Frederick W. Humphries posing with target dummies following a SWAT practice. This is the "shirtless image" that has been alluded to in the investigation into emails that led to the resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus. Humphries sent the 2010 photograph to many people, including Tampa socialite Jill Kelley and a reporter at The Seattle Times.
His abdomen and ribcage don't seem to belong to the same body.
"Tampa Socialite" - Oxymoron if ever there was one.
Sent as a joke, eh? The joke's on him.
He's so obviously SUCKING IN his gut.
The dummies look more real.
[quote]His abdomen and ribcage don't seem to belong to the same body.
That's because he's sucking in his gut. This is still a vanity photo. It's still gross to send to someone unsolicited.
This is a still from The Walking Dead right?
It's definitely a flirty, aren't I hot photo, and SO vain the way he's sucking it in.
[quote] It's a clever photo, not salacious in the slightest
No, I'm sure the fact that he is flashing his underwear and seriously has the waist of his pants pulled down is merely coincidental and not meant to be the least bit salacious.
Damn, that's a whole lot of ugly.
And where are the NIPS??? Creepy.
Kind of hot in a creepy way. I like it.
His body is grotesque.
Well, we can confirm that the photo certainly is not of a sexual nature.
[quote]Not as hot as Anthony Wiener.
On what planet?
Teabagger, meet karma.
Yum. I'd take his raw loads in a heartbeat.
As scandalous as this was supposed to be, I was expecting something totally different.
One should always "suck in their gut" because it supports the torso. To let it all hang out is baaaaad for your back!
That's it? I'm so disappointed.
No pubes showing? no wicked come hither gaze? Just a guy that looks like the target dummies he's standing in between.
Humphries looks like one of the guys from Fringe. Or engineered by aliens who thought male nipples were superfluous.
[quote]No pubes showing? no wicked come hither gaze? Just a guy that looks like the target dummies he's standing in between.
Based on the overall level of manscaping I'm thinking he hasn't had a visible pube for years.
He has the waist of his pants pulled so far down that it makes his upper legs appear deformed.
Did he cover his nipples with makeup so they'd look more like the dummies' nipples?
Please tell me that's what happened.
Oh, God, another old guy thinking he is attractive, sending a "good" photo to someone he hopes will be turned on. There is no "joke" here. He is an ordinary guy in good shape, not some stud.
Take a hike, you old fart!
I cannot understand the shitstorm/media feeding frenzy this "scandal" has generated. Every single fucking time since the story broke that I've clicked on CNN they're frothing at the mouth over it. It's like Clinton's penis all over again.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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