Apparently, Sunday is International Go Topless Day.
Vancouver Province writer and talk radio host Lori Welbourne got an early start.
Last week, she interviewed Kelowna, B.C. mayor Walter Gray. It started out as a 'normal' interview but soon took a different turn.
Here's the video, posted on YouTube:
The mayor told CBC News that the segment was a gag but some Kelowna residents weren't laughing.
"I'm not sure that that's a fair thing for him to be a lightning rod for," Kelowna resident Mark Provonchier told the public broadcaster.
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On her radio show, Welbourne is known for not shying away from the controversial topics.
In the past, topics have included "slut shaming", "do marijuana mamas make better mothers", and "who should a john complain to about their hooker’s looks if he finds her ugly?"
Nevertheless, she's received some criticism for the topless interview. She's posted some of thoseRead More »from Radio host Lori Welbourne bares breasts during interview with B.C. mayor in honour of “Go Topless day”