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MEXICO CITY - Tiger Woods admired Mexican women and promoted a sex drug called Tiagra in a spoof news story on Monday, the Day of the Innocents.
The Day of the Innocents is the equivalent of April Fool's Day in Latin America and Spain.
Mexican journalists twisted world news as well as stories closer to home, including a report on an alleged new vaccine for H1N1 made from tequila.
"Mexican women are the best," said an alleged quote from Woods in the La Reforma daily, which included a set up photograph showing Woods admiring a Mexican waitress.
Though the roots of the Day of the Innocents are bloody - it marks the murder of many children by the ruler Herod in ancient Judea - the customs practised in modern times are light-hearted.
Across Latin America and Spain citizens watch out for absurd news and practical jokes from friends and even municipal governments.
A front-page banner in the Excelsior newspaper announced a change in this summer's World Cup soccer tournament, moving a Mexico-France game from South Africa to a city in Mexico.
Another report claimed that the institution had changed its position on divorce, and had even created an Internet site for express marriage annulments.
"In less than 10 clicks and five minutes, this message appears: "Marriage over. Hallelujah! Have a nice day," the La Reforma report said. - Sapa-AFP