TV Presenter Strips Live To Air In Latest Naked Brexit Protest

TV Presenter Strips Live To Air In Latest Naked Brexit Protest
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Brexit is causing many things in the UK at the moment, but one of the odder side-effects appears to be a propensity for television nudism.

The latest proponent to shed her clobber live-to-air is Sky News presenter and staunch “Remain” advocate, Rachel Johnson.

Johnson – who, ironically, is the sister of pro “Leave” politician, Boris – decided to bare all to bemused viewers over the weekend as an apparent tribute to fellow Remain campaigner, Dr Victoria Bateman, who has taken to doing media interviews in the buff in an attempt to draw attention to the damage that will be done if, and when, the UK finally quits the EU.

Check out Johnson’s Sky protest below:

While here’s Dr Bateman’s naked interview with Good Morning Britain:

However, it was later revealed that Sky producers were in on Johnson’s stunt and she was in fact wearing a skin-toned boob tube and they were pre-prepared with the pixilation to give the stunt extra gravitas.

Still, as it has a tendency to do on occasions like this. social media has exploded following Johnson’s weekend stunt. Check out some of the Titter reaction below:

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