Marines use Anna Chapman photos to warn sailors of the danger of beauties in foreign countries
By Ed O'Keefe
By The Post's Jeff Stein in Spy Talk:
U.S. Marines preparing for shore leave in the Seychelles islands were having a standard security briefing this week when they were shown photos of a figure who's been in the news lately: Russian spy suspect Anna Chapman.
The 28-year-old has been an Internet sensation since photos of her popped up in the tabloids within hours of her arrest by the FBI last Monday. News organizations copied scores of the photos from her personal pages on social-networking Web sites here and in Russia.
Security officers hoped the pictures would be a wake-up call to their charges, especially the younger ones. The message was this: Whatever stereotypes they might have for spies are probably wrong.
And that loose lips sink ships.
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