UNACCEPTABLE: Rihanna pictured with a see-through mesh top during the shoot in Northern Ireland
A NORTHERN Ireland farmer brought pop star Rihanna’s latest video shoot to a halt after deeming her performance, which took place on his field, too raunchy.
The Bajan singer was filming topless scenes for new video, We Found Love, when Alan Graham, who was driving a tractor nearby, stepped in and had a word with the 23-year-old.
“When the filming did become to my mind unacceptable I requested the filming to stop,” he said.
In the shoot, which took place in Bangor, County Down, Belfast, the singer switched from a flannel checked shirt into a stars-and-stripes bikini, a red bra, a mesh black top, and finally went topless before Graham climbed off his tractor to protest.
“It became apparent to me that the situation was becoming inappropriate and I requested them to stop and they did stop,” he told Good Morning Ulster.
“I had my conversation with Rihanna regarding that and I hope she understands where I’m coming from and we shook hands and we parted company on good enough terms.
“The filming was taking place on my land and I have an ethos and I felt that that was inappropriate and that’s why I requested it to stop and I do think the shoot did end then,” he added.
The Bajan beauty is in Northern Ireland ahead of her three sell-out shows at the Odyssey Arena this weekend.
PROTEST: The image of Rihanna that made Alan Graham stop the shoot on his farm