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No panties! Woman flashes prime minister

by The Sun
31 January 2013 | 17404 Views
An X-rated TV prank has left the Prime Minister of Serbia feeling a little overexposed after he was flashed by a glamorous presenter during an interview.

The country's Socialist party leader Ivica Dačić was midway through a discussion about Balkan politics when the young woman, wearing a particularly short mini dress, uncrossed her legs to reveal she wasn't wearing any underwear.

The YouTube video, shows the shocked politician stumbling over his words - but unable to resist taking a fleeting glance.

The stunt was a set up by a candid camera show called Nemoguca Misija - which translates as 'Mission Impossible'.

It begins with producers discussing the best way to embarrass Mr Dačić before he arrives for the interview.

As he walks into the building, the presenter is seen removing her underwear, off camera in another room.

She greets the Prime Minister with kisses on each cheek before sitting down opposite with her legs crossed.

After asking Mr Dačić some political questions, the presenter appears to be listening intently before casually uncrossing her legs.

Fortunately the camera covers her modesty with a 'censored' sign, but the look of shock on the Prime Minister's face shows he has clearly noticed the wardrobe indiscretion.

He stumbles across his words but appears to keep his cool remarkably well.




Never a dull day in politics!



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Source: The Sun

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