Model sues 'Playboy' when 'golf tee in butt' stunt goes awry

Ugh. Here's another one of those cliché "model agrees to hold a golf tee with her buttocks" lawsuits we're so tired of, nowadays. Model Liz Dickson has filed suit against Playboy over a stunt that went awry at a Los Angeles golf course back in 2012.

Basically, Dickson agreed to hold a golf tee between her partially exposed butt cheeks so that Kevin Klein—a comedian and radio personality—could drive a golf ball off of it.You'll never guess what happened next.

SPOILER ALERT: He missed and hit her in the ass.

Dickson agreed to have a photo taken of her lying on her stomach "with her buttocks partially exposed" so that Kevin Klein, co-host of the show, could hit a golf ball put atop a tee that was inserted between her butt cheeks, the suit alleges.

However, Klein missed the tee and "struck plaintiff on the buttocks, causing her injuries and damages," the suit states.

Dickson suffered pain, suffering, worrying and anxiety as a result of her injuries, the suit states. [CBS Los Angeles, h/t TMZ]