Italian TV presenter, Paola Ferrari, has insisted that she wasn't going commando after an embarrassing gaffe was caught on Italian TV during their Euro 2020 coverage.
Ferrari is the face of Italy's Euro 2020 coverage, and she currently works for Rai; the incident occurred when she presenting the clash between Italy and Wales on Sunday evening.
The presenter sat with her legs crossed, however, when Ferrari swapped legs, onlookers claimed she had a 'Sharon Stone Basic Instincts moment' as he appeared to bear all.
However, Ferrari has denied claims she wasn't wearing underwear in an emphatic response to the incident.
"It has gone viral, they are using more VAR [on me] than on the field at the European Championships," Ferrari said.
"It happened but it's nothing serious."
However, Ferrari was flattered with the comparisons to Stone: "It's a bit of a stretch, as [Stone] is one of the sexiest women in the world, in short, the viral video seems a bit exaggerated, I presented two evenings with pants.
"Sharon Stone was not wearing underwear in that scene. I on the other hand prefer to protect health and hygiene."
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Some viewers were convinced that they had seen a butterfly tattoo, and Ferrari had denied this too.
"I can assure you that I do not have a tattooed butterfly, I do not fly so high."
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