Francis Leach was flicking through a copy of The Age newspaper, when he saw an image of Spiranac wearing a low-cut dress in a gambling ad.
The 53-year-old subsequently hit out at the ‘reductive’ advertisement.
In a now deleted tweet, he wrote: “At a time when the objectification and abuse of women, reducing them to being little more than playthings for men is being exposed for what it is, how can @theage run garbage like this for revenue?
“It’ll editorialise in the front, cash in at the back. Hypocrisy.”
Former golf pro Spiranac hit back ‘f–k off’, before adding: “Tag me next time you coward. My name is right there.”
And later responding to a critical Twitter user, Paige wrote: “I’m sorry I was born with t-ts.
“I’m not going to hide them because your pea brain can’t comprehend the fact a woman can be smart, strong, and sexy.”
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