Classic Example of Poor Bokeh

From Wikipedia article on Bokeh:

Although difficult to quantify, some lenses enhance overall image quality by producing more subjectively pleasing out-of-focus areas, referred to as bokeh.

Is this an example of poor Bokeh or have I been in to photography too long?

The out of focus areas distract from the subject matter.   I actually want to know which lens the photographer used.  It must be one of the more popular cameras or the same photographer is working for more than one publisher:

I figure it has to be either a Canon or Nikon lens.  Any guesses? 

Of course choice of background can help on the Bokeh:

There was only one "hotspot" so a cheapie lens appears to have decent Bokeh.

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