Jacinda Ardern's confession x-rating: New Zealand's prime minister talks about the disgusting moment when a stranger sent her a photo of his genitals
- According to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, more than 40 percent of women receive photos
- She said she received unsolicited inappropriate photos in her Twitter inbox
- In Texas, people who send unsolicited suggestive images receive a $ 500 fine
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, has started about the disgusting moment when a stranger sent her a photo of his genitals.
The mother-of-one spoke in the radio program Fletch, Vaughan and Megan of ZM when the discussion passed into a new law in Texas, in which people who sent unsolicited suggestive images could get a fine of up to $ 500.
When Fletch quoted a statistic stating that 40 percent of women experience such images during their lifetime, Ardern quickly doubted the facts.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has received unsolicited inappropriate photos on her social media accounts
& # 39; I think that is a bit low, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I consider myself a tame life and someone while I was a politician tweeted a nice … lewd doesn't even record what that photo is. & # 39;
While the prime minister was having trouble finding the words she was looking for, Fletch asked if someone had slipped her DM & # 39; s with a naughty photo? & # 39;
& # 39; Ah, yes. Yes. This was a while ago, but what surprised me the most was that there was a pretty recognizable tattoo. & # 39;
& # 39; If you do something anonymous, you have no identifying body characteristics, & # 39; she added.
Mrs. Ardern has nearly half a million followers on Twitter, but is rarely active on the platform.
The mother-of-one spoke in the show Fletch, Vaughan & Megan of ZM when the discussion passed into a new law in Texas in which people who sent unsolicited suggestive images could get a fine of up to $ 500
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