Azafatos en el Tour

El Tour de Francia 2020 será distinto por múltiples motivos y uno de ellos la modificación de la ceremonia de entrega de trofeos con la presencia de las azafatas que estampan sus labios en las mejillas del ganador. Aprovechando la larga serie de...
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