Another day, another weather girl story, and no it’s not the BBC’s profanity-preaching lass proclaiming the weather to be “cold as fuck”. This time, it’s Romanian weather forecaster Roxana Vancea.
During her usual forecast for the television network, Vancea thought it a good idea to break out into a series of mini sprints and jumping jacks. Her already labouring undergarmets, however, were unable to keep up with the pace.
She quickly tried to re-adjust her clothes as the camera shot across to her co-hosts, but they were too shocked and awkward to continue an adequate broadcast.
If you feel so inclined, here’s the clip.
Since being uploaded, the footage has attracted four million views. A year ago, the same presenter had to tuck those puppies away when engaging in an exercise demonstration.
It’s not the first time weather girls have been the centre of attention as a result of their looks, either, with Mexican weather presenter Yanet Garcia drawing a stack of attention over her suddenly-enormous behind. Oh to be a weather girl.
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