Naked Woman Goes On Air During Interview Of Ukrainian TV Editor About Putin

A naked woman went on the air of the Ukrainian TV channel during a broadcast about the meeting between Putin and Lukashenko.

According to the local news website Focus, the presenters of the Ukrainian TV wanted to contact the Editor-in-Chief of the Russian Dozhd TV, Dmitry Yelovsky, age not disclosed, to discuss the details of the meeting between the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko which took place in Putin’s Black Sea residence in Sochi on 28th May.

However, the conversation did not work out, since the journalist from the Russian Federation did not hear what his colleagues from Ukraine were asking him.

Dmitry, who was at home, can be seen talking to an offscreen about the lack of sound.

He is heard saying: “Is something happening there now? I can’t hear anything”.

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The picture shows the moment a naked woman goes on the air of the Ukrainian TV channel during a conversation about the meeting between Putin and Lukashenko in May 2021.

At that point the unidentified woman who it turns out appears to have been wearing no clothes grabs the camera and inadvertently turns it towards herself, revealing that she’s wearing nothing at least on her upper half.

Dmitry said “Quiet! Quiet! Quiet!” to the woman in panic, and asked her to turn the camera back, but it was already too late.

The Ukrainian TV presenters then interrupted the connection with Dmitry, noting that they would try to communicate with him later.

After the images of that moment were shared on social media, Dmitry became the subject of heated debate among netizens.

Some netizens jokingly wrote that this was normal and they were probably just hot.

Dmitry’s expression of shock was displayed just before the broadcast was interrupted and it’s unclear if he was later reconnected.

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The picture shows before a naked woman goes on the air of the Ukrainian TV channel during a conversation about the meeting between Putin and Lukashenko in May 2021.

Story By: Feza Uzay, Sub-Editor: James King, Agency:  Newsflash