Platt says pant-less pictures are photoshopped

    Larry Platt has spoken. Turns out the former Philadelphia magazine editor was pulling office antics long before the now-famous picture of his testicle he sent to a staffer. Gawker’s got photos of Platt pant-less in the Philly mag office circa 2004 and others from 2007. Platt says they’re fake.
    Gawker says (click with caution) a former staffer handed over the photos, in which Platt’s seen baring his legs in boxer briefs, and another of him topless behind his desk.

    After Gawker first ran the photos last week, Platt issued a statement saying the shots are photoshopped. You be the judge.

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