Stock Photo Model Labeled as Obese Elderly Orgy Lover Speaks OutS

Stock photography models are no strangers to the world of Internet mockery. In fact, their mock-human poses practically satirize themselves.

That's why when Twitter poked fun at The Guardian's choice of stock for an advice column entitled "I fantasise about group sex with old, obese men," both the publication and the model herself took the mocking in stride.

"I opened it up when I was with some friends [and] my partner's mum as well," veteran stock photo model Samantha Ovens told the newspaper. "I screeched with laughter and said: 'Oh. You have to see this.' There's me looking very anxious, and I bloody well would be, wouldn't I?"

According to The Guardian, the photo was technically intended to illustrate articles concerning "colds and illnesses."

Oven, who is gay, says companies typically have her play the part of a "yummy mummy" in shoots, but she isn't concerned "in the slightest" about what The Guardian's editorial liberties might have done to her professional image.

As it so happens, the 38-year-old is no stranger to controversy, having previously been the face of a now-banned TV ad for Harpic Power Plus.

And, for the most, part, she seems to be enjoying her unexpected stumble into mild fame:

[screengrab via The Guardian]