First, the award for best newspaper headline for 2010 goes to The New York Post:
A "nun" who has collected money in New York's Little Italy for "orphanages and the homeless" for over a decade is not who she says to be:
"She got off at Avenue J/Kings Highway, where, cigarette dangling from her lips, shedisrobed on the street. She pulled off her white coif, black veil and tunic-like habit to reveal a pink tank top. She put on brown shorts under her black skirt, which she peeled off, folded and stuffed into a plastic bag. After buying a sandwich, canned pasta and a bottle of water, she took a bus to Linden Boulevard in East New York, lit another cigarette and rang the bell at 714 Jerome St., a rundown brick house with garbage strewn across its front yard. A hulking man emerged, gave her a bear hug and whacked her lustily on the behind."
The so-called "Sister Milindia" is really Mindy LeGrand, connected to a "church" founded by "a killer rapist" in the 1970s that maintained a "harem" of fake nuns.
The complete story in the NY Post includes an extensive photo section of the Lying Nun undressing in the middle of the street and smoking a cig.