Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died on Wednesday at the age of 91.
Hefner who pioneered the 1960s sexual revolution with his groundbreaking men’s magazine, peacefully passed away at his home, Playboy Enterprises said in a statement.
Jonathan Fairbairn shares a memory of the first time he picked up a copy of the popular magazine.
He also asks, if you were to write a few words on the founder's tombstone what would it be?
I was just thinking, I remember the very first playboy magazine I saw, I was at my uncle's house and it was hidden very well under the bed, I think it was Anneline Kriel on the cover.— Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer
If you had to put something on his tombstone what would it be? Viagra ambassador perhaps?— Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer
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