Fistfight Over a Beautiful Woman? Sometimes the Game is Worth the Candle

Have you ever got into a fistfight over a girl? If so, was it worth it? The answer likely depends on the investment you had with the women. And then it may depend on the physical attraction.

Take Miranda Kerr, for example.

 Kerr was born in Sydney and raised in a small town.  She originally aspired to become a nutritionist and later studied nutrition and health psychology after her high school graduation, but entered a magazine contest shortly before her fourteenth birthday. Kerr attended All Hallows’ School, where she graduated in 2000.

Kerr began modeling for various clothing brands, runways, and print advertisements. Most notably, the companies she has worked for include Dolly, Tigerlily, Roxy, Billabong Girls, One Teaspoon, Victoria’s Secret, Qantas, Maybelline, Vogue, and Marie Claire. Kerr relocated to New York City in 2004. Businessofffashion reports.

The Fistfight

Things were not looking particularly glowing in Australian society’s upper echelons and the media world as media titans, billionaire James Packer and Channel nine boss David Gyngell took to brawling over the weekend purportedly over top model Miranda Kerr, scallywagandvagabond.com reports.  

Billionaire James Packer’s intense feud with former best mate David Gyngell consisted of a fistfight that befell outside Packer’s home in Bondi in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in  2014. The fight, to some extent, involved Kerr.

James Packer and David Gyngell were allegedly issued criminal infringement notices for offensive behavior for the fight. There evidently were no outgrowths other than a fine. If the fight was, in any way, precipitated by Kerr, we certainly understand why it would be worth it. She is a beautiful woman, and the game here was definitely worth the candle.

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