OJ's sporting a paunch

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p17
IT is almost five years since he was last seen in public, and now no trace of the sporting superhero OJ Simpson, pictured, is evident in the bloated, greying convicted kidnapper and thief who shuffled, in chains, into court to make a fresh bid for freedom this week. It may still be his nickname, but from the girth of his gut, it doesn't look as if OJ plays much of a part in his diet these days.


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