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World Cup sidelight: How this adult actress revelled in Chile's victory

Last updated on: June 24, 2014 18:34 IST

World Cup sidelights: How this adult actress revelled in Chile's victory

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Marlen Doll, a Chile adult movies star, is making waves on social networking sites. She made the most of the World Cup hype and promised the irresistible.

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First, this internet sensation promised to undertake an 12-hour sex marathon with a selection of strangers if her country won over Australia in their first World Cup fixture.

For the record, Chile won 3-1.

Then, the busty adult actress promised a 16-hour sex blender for the Chile v Spain counter.

Chile shocked the World and European champions 2-0.

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Image: Marlen Doll
Photographs: Courtesy: Marlen Doll/Facebook

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Doll's scandalous Twitter account was later suspended

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All eyes were on her twitter account; the fans were duly rewarded with an increased two hours' romp.

Yes, it was hiked to 18 hours against the Netherlands.

But Chile lost 0-2 to the much-fancied Dutch.

And, like they say, all good things must come to an end. So did the Chilean football team’s wining streak and fans ‘good time’ with the adult film star.

Also, as Doll’s statements were becoming scandalous, her twitter account was suspended.

In the past too her account had been suspended due to her habit of posting explicit photos.

Keep an eye on Doll, because if Chile makes waves in the knock-out stage, things could get more heated.

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Image: Marlen Doll
Photographs: Courtesy: Marlen Doll/Facebook
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Belgian queen mistakenly congratulates Lukaku for Origi's goal!

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Belgian Queen Mathilde embarrassingly mixed up Belgium's strikers after the country's 1-0 victory over Russia on Sunday, congratulating Romelu Lukaku for scoring the winning goal.

Lukaku made way after almost an hour for goal-scorer, 19-year-old Divock Origi, brushing off the offered hand of coach Marc Wilmots and muttering angrily on the bench.

Video of the royal encounter was shown by Dutch-language broadcaster VRT late on Monday evening.

King Philippe and Mathilde were introduced to the players at a reception after the World Cup match in Rio de Janeiro. Lukaku had by that point calmed down.

"Bravo, really. And it's for you, the goal too," she said as she arrived at Lukaku.

"No, he's over there," Lukaku responded, pointing towards Origi.

"Well in any case you played very well," concluded the queen.

Belgian daily De Standaard reported that the queen had later apologised for her slip-up, explaining to journalists travelling on her plane back to Belgium that her confusion was caused because Lukaku used to have dread locks.

"He surprised me by having cut his hair," she said.


Image: Belgium's Romelu Lukaku talks to reporters before a training session
Photographs: Sergio Perez/Reuters

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