Russian spy Anna Chapman has proposed marriage to NSA leaker Edward Snowden via Twitter.
Anna Chapman was short and sweet: “Snowden, will you marry me?!”
The tweet came just as the world began to wonder if Edward Snowden was still in Anna Chapman’s country of Russia – where he’s been holed up in a Moscow airport for days – or if he’d managed to sneak aboard the flight of Bolivian President Evo Morales headed for South America.
Latin America, specifically Venezuela, is thought to be Edward Snowden’s last hope for asylum after withdrawing his petition to Russia Tuesday.
Since her own espionage controversy – along with nine others accused of spying in 2010 – Anna Chapman has led a busy life.
Anna Chapman was immediately catapulted into the limelight as her pictures were splashed around the world.
The daughter of a senior KGB agent has become a celebrity in Russia since she returned in the summer of 2010.
She has previously appeared on the catwalk at Russian Fashion Week in Moscow clothed in a skin-tight leather ensemble.
Anna Chapman has also modeled, edited a magazine, given lectures and now runs a foundation.
Last year she appeared on the catwalk in the Mediterranean city of Antalya, a top Turkish vacation destination.
The controversial temptress has made many tongues wag since her name was first splashed across the front page of magazines and websites worldwide.
But Edward Snowden, at least in his pre-international controversy days, claims to have elicited some leering himself.
“I like my girlish figure that attracts girls,” Edward Snowden wrote as an 18-year-old.
That figure later won Edward Snowden an attractive dancer Lindsay Mills.
And though Lindsay Mills may not be a globetrotting diplomat’s daughter, if you look at her in just the right light she does resemble Anna Chapman.