Reporter Does TV Interview Topless to Prove Point
Canadian journalist Lori Welbourne was interviewing Walter Gray, Mayor of Kelowna, about whether it was legal to go topless in public. Welbourne took a pro-topless position with the mayor and then asked him to hold her microphone and undid her halter top to bare her breasts.
"What are you doing?" the mayor asked. "It's really hot in here," she said.
Gray went on to explain that in Kelowna it wasn't necessarily illegal for a woman to go topless, but, "I’m not suggesting you should do that but I don’t think you’d be committing any crime or breaking any bylaw," he said. Gray said that the reason it was illegal was probably because women going topless in public can be distracting. Welbourne responded that she found earlobes attractive, and asked Gray if he would cover up his ears.
Watch the segment here: