Owners under fire for cheating in camel beauty contest

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SAUDI ARABIA --  Controversy is hitting a camel beauty competition in Saudi Arabia.

About a dozen camels were disqualified from the pageant because their handlers gave them botox injections.

Good-looking camels are big business in that country.  Having full lips and large features are essential to achieving camel celebrity status.

30-thousand camels have gathered for the contest. Before you laugh it off, note that the prize money is more than 50-million dollars!

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