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From the Huffington Post

North Carolina’s top liquor regulator resigned Tuesday after sending an e-mail that reportedly showed a watermelon patch outside an altered photo of the White House.

Gov. Beverly Perdue demanded and received the resignation of Alcoholic Beverage Commission Chairman Douglas A. Fox after the e-mail mocking the first black U.S. president was shown to Perdue’s staff.

“I have accepted Doug Fox’s letter of resignation. E-mails and images of this nature are offensive and unacceptable,” Perdue said in a statement.

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