Washington, Aug 26: Canadian journalist, Lori Welbourne, went topless during an interview with a local mayor in a bid to prove a point on International Go Topless Day.
Welbourne, who was interviewing Kelowna mayor Walter Gray about whether it was legal for women to go topless in public, defended a woman's right to do so, the Huffington Post reported.
The show host asked Gray to hold her microphone and undid her halter top to bare her breasts.
Gray suggested that while it is not illegal for women to go topless in public in Kelowna, doing so was distracting. (ANI)