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Just one more reason why fabulous Fabian might well be happier spending his time on Capri than in East Hampton:

'Dirty Negro' Insult Not Always Racist?
By Gavin Jones

ROME (Reuters) — Calling a foreigner a "dirty negro" in Italian is not necessarily a racist insult, Italy's highest court has ruled.

And think, Fab: It'd be so easy over there to replace your blue Prada sweater when the "negroes" won't let you retrieve it.

[Image via Rob Rich.]

'Dirty Negro' Insult Not Always Racist? [Reuters]
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