THIS is the moment an awards show presenter tugs Sol Perez’s stunning green dress and inadvertently exposes the sexy weather girl’s nether regions.
The incident took place during a TV awards ceremony in the Argentinean capital of Buenos Aires in the Hotel Panamericano Bueno.
In the footage, Argentina’s sexiest weather girl is seen approaching three presenters on the 2019 Martin Fierro Cable Awards in a figure-hugging green dress with a slit to that goes up to her thigh.
The gorgeous blonde performs a short catwalk strut to show off the dress and her famous curves.
Then 25-year-old Perez, who boasts 4.5 million Instagram followers, walks back to the presenters.
One of the hosts, Fabian Medina Flores, pulls back part of the dress as she is distracted and reveals her nether regions.
Afterwards, SOL said: “For me, he did not do it on purpose. If he did, it’s on him.”
Medina Flores explained: “I noticed that she had caught the hem on her heel and I wanted to help her. It was not my intention in any way to make her feel uncomfortable.”
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The sexy weather girl later said that she was angrier over someone leaving beetroot on her chair, staining the back of her lovely dress, than the earlier incident.
She added: “I couldn’t believe it, there were two giant red stains.”
Perez’s saucy snaps often receive hundreds of thousands of likes and comments, while her weather forecasts are said to be so popular that they make men late for work.
She has decided to insure her backside against “all risks” and will receive a hefty payout should anything happen to it.
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