She also asked him why a woman walking down the street — topless, of course — should cause any alarm or concern from other pedestrians. When the mayor said female breasts can be distracting, she said she found earlobes distracting — his earlobes, specifically — and the interview which was published on August 21 ended with Gray turning down her invitation for a drink — or several — at the nearest bar. Kelowna Capital News. Update comes as Canada prepares to repatriate Canadians on a cruise ship expected to dock in California.
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Canadian journalist Lori Welbourne tried to prove a point on International Go Topless Day by going topless during an interview with a local mayor. Welbourne was interviewing Kelowna mayor Walter Gray about whether it was legal for women to go topless in public. After defending a woman's right to do so, Welbourne asked Gray to hold her microphone and undid her halter top to bare her breasts. Gray said that it is not illegal for women to go topless in public in Kelowna. When asked why it would be inappropriate, he said that the reason was probably that it was distracting. Welbourne responded that she found earlobes attractive, and asked Gray if he would cover up his ears.
Newspaper columnist goes topless in interview with Kelowna mayor
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Halfway through her interview, she undid the strap on her dress and bared her chest — then continued the interview. Lori Welbourne, who writes a column for the Province newspaper, was asking Kelowna Mayor Walter Gray about whether a woman going topless in public would be arrested, in anticipation of Go Topless Day on Aug. About halfway through her questions, however, Welbourne handed the microphone to the mayor and got a little more comfortable. Gray told Welbourne that although many people would be tempted to call the police if they saw a topless woman, there would be little the police could do. Go Topless Day events take place in cities across North America each year. Other mayors across Canada were paying attention, too. Larry Di Ianni, former mayor of Hamilton, Ontario, posted his regrets that he never gets such treatment from his local press. Now, why did I never meet interesting reporters like this?