A female television host and journalist, Rachel Johnson became an instant internet sensation after she did the unexpected, removing her blouses and exposing her br3asts during a live show on Sky News.
The TV host who is the sister of Conservative MP Boris Johnson was on news show The Pledge when she brought up Cambridge academic Dr Victoria Bateman, who campaigns for the UK to stay in the EU while completely naked, report’s Metro UK.
Starting the show in a silk blouse, the journalist said: ‘As I know it can be hard to get your voice heard about Brexit nowadays.
‘It feels like we’ve hit saturation point. Enter pro-EU campaigner Victoria Batemen who’s come up with a striking way this week to get herself noticed.
‘Appearing across the media completely starkers to make various points about Brexit – leaving Britain naked.
‘So in tribute to Dr Bateman I’ve decided to follow suit – every time we decide to talk about Brexit just to make sure I get noticed.’
Ms Johnson then began to unbutton her shirt and threw it off to the side as panellists Nick Ferrari and Carole Malone didn’t know where to look.
But she didn’t bare all for long, quickly retrieving her top and telling the camera ‘I’ll get dressed. I’ll put them away.’
Following an outrage against her act, Rachel put out a tweet later claiming she was wearing a boob tube.
Dr Bateman has recently made a series of TV appearances in which she protests Brexit while completely in the nude.
The economist argues that ‘Brexit leaves Britain naked’, often writing the words across her chest for presenters to awkwardly read to viewers live on air.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain, she said: ‘As an economist I’m used to using words and equations to make an argument.
‘In the run up to referendum I must have penned thousands of words on why Brexit would be bad for Britain.
‘I’m effected much more by visuals than words alone. The power of film, TV, fashion.
‘I thought I would condense down all those thousands of words into a simple, single message that Brexit leaves Britain naked.’
While last week she made Radio Four’s John Humphrys blush by doing a radio interview starkers.
‘Brexit is the emperor’s new clothes,’ she said, emphasising that she wanted to boil down her pro-EU stance into one ‘powerful message’.
‘Britain has sold itself a project that cannot possibly deliver on what it promised.’
Source: Metro UK