FIR Against Sunny Leone And Google CEO
Call it irony, but Sunny Leone's popularity is relentlessly causing her all the damage. After a string of police complaints on the charges of obscenity, Sunny Leone faces yet another police case in which an FIR has also been registered against her for excessive obscenity on the internet. In a funny yet trivial coincidence, even Larry Page, the CEO of the popular internet search engine Google, found his name in the FIR.
Getting into the details, Arinjay Jain, a man from Jaipur, Rajasthan, subscribed to a popular Bollywood magazine. Apparently, the magazine published obscene photographs of Sunny Leone and Jain also found a link to Sunny's erotic pictures on the internet. When Jain searched for the link of search engine giant Google, he found numerous obscene images of the actress.
This prompted Arinjay to lodge a complaint at an Ajmer police station on the charges of obscenity against Sunny and also the Google's CEO along with the magazine editor. The police have booked a case on section 292 (sale of obscene books) and for indecent representation ofwomen and the IT act.