Belarusian president accidentally sparks international striptease
DOZENS of people in Belarus are posting pictures and videos of themselves naked and scantily-clad at work after their president suffered an unfortunate slip of the tongue.
The movement in working environment clothing goes ahead the heels of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s slip of tongue amid a discourse proposed to motivate the nation to lift itself out of a monetary emergency.
The president asked natives to “get stripped and work till you sweat” amid a summit in Minsk prior this week.
While neighborhood news outlets reported the pioneer likely signified “create and work” — the Russian interpretation of which is like ‘get uncovered’ — numerous who heard the discourse savored the experience of gaining by the evident Freudian slip.
Hundreds started posting photographs of themselves in the buff at the workplace — utilizing portable PCs, papers and other office hardware to keep it PG-13 — with the hashtag, which in English means #getnakedandwork.
Nationals, extending in callings from tattoo craftsmen to office partners to retail laborers, took to posting their naked work selfies to online networking with offhanded inscriptions, here and there mockingly alluding to their leader as “daddy.”
The vast majority of the photographs have been combined with words like, “Acting as per the presidential announcement” or “Daddy says, we do.”