Teen actress Lindsay Lohan's breasts have been digitally reduced for forthcoming Disney film Herbie: Fully Loaded, to avoid offending family audiences.
Test screenings for the new movie, the fourth sequel to the 1968 film The Love Bug about a Volkswagen Beetle car with a mind of its own, indicated that some parents felt Lohan's character Maggie Peyton was too raunchy for a children's film.
Disney technicians were forced to plough through numerous scenes - especially those showing the busty actress jumping up and down at a motor racing track, reducing her breasts by two cup sizes and raising revealing necklines on her T-shirts.
Amused at her digital bosom reduction, Lohan says, "I don't know how Renee Zellweger kept swelling and shrinking for Bridget Jones. It's no fun.
"Bring on the computer guys."
Since the list of things which offend me already includes all of: Lindsay Lohan, VW Beetles, remakes, sequels, product placements, mining of the past, and celebrities, I can't say that the addition of teen skanks hopping up and down in too-small t-shirts would necessarily make such a movie more offensive. But once I am given a brief A/B comparison, I'll be sure to let you know.