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[[Image:Lolagta4.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Artwork of Lola del Rio]]
 
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'''Lola Del Rio''' is a prostitute who appears on promotional artwork for [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. In October 2007, her character art was painted on the side of a building in SoHo, New York, advertising the game. She is supposedly in the game, and her name can be found on the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] website. Her profile says she can usually be found around [[Star Junction]] and the docks in [[Algonquin]]. However, she cannot be found within the game.
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'''Lola Del Rio''' (also named ''Lollipop Girl'' as a [[Rockstar Games Social Club]]'s profile avatar) is a prostitute who appears on promotional artwork for [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. In October 2007, her character art was painted on the side of a building in SoHo, New York, advertising the game. She is supposedly in the game, and her name can be found on the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] website. Her profile says she can usually be found around [[Star Junction]] and the docks in [[Algonquin]]. However, she cannot be found within the game.
  
 
"Lola Del Rio" is a Spanish name meaning "sorrows of the river".
 
"Lola Del Rio" is a Spanish name meaning "sorrows of the river".

Revision as of 20:00, 25 August 2009

File:Lolagta4.jpg
Artwork of Lola del Rio

Lola Del Rio (also named Lollipop Girl as a Rockstar Games Social Club's profile avatar) is a prostitute who appears on promotional artwork for Grand Theft Auto IV. In October 2007, her character art was painted on the side of a building in SoHo, New York, advertising the game. She is supposedly in the game, and her name can be found on the LCPD website. Her profile says she can usually be found around Star Junction and the docks in Algonquin. However, she cannot be found within the game.

"Lola Del Rio" is a Spanish name meaning "sorrows of the river".