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Journalist interviews politician Walter Gray while topless

By -Yahoo News | Aug 30th 2013 | 1 min read
By -Yahoo News | August 30th 2013

A mayor was left in a muddle after a female journalist interviewing him pulled down her dress and exposed her breasts. Things had been going to plan for Kelowna politician Walter Gray during his interview with radio host and writer Lori Welbourne.

She had been asking about the legality of women exposing their chest in public in the Canadian town prior to Go Topless Day, an occasion when women go shirtless.

But the British Columbia official was left shocked when the On The Rocks interviewer suddenly yanked down the top half of her outfit and showed him her breasts. Prior to this she had asked what would happen if she did take off her clothing. While Gray was formulating an answer he was interrupted by her asking him to hold her microphone.

Once it was in his hand she started to strip off to the surprise of the mayor and probably everyone else watching. It took a moment for the town leader to regain his concentration but admirably he was able to continue the interview.      

-Yahoo News


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