Agence France-Presse | 02/01/2013 11:36 AM
BELGRADE, Serbia - Serbia Prime Minister Ivica Dacic vowed an investigation Thursday after he was pranked by a Playboy model without underwear who posed as an interviewer and uncrossed her legs in a "Basic Instinct" skit.
"This will not go unpunished and the whole case will be fully investigated," Dacic's security adviser Ivica Toncev told Serbian state television RTS.
Neither Dacic nor his advisor were available to comment on the case, the first of its kind in Serbia.
A video from the "Mission Impossible" local candid camera series shows Dacic, 47, giving an embarassed smile when the busty interviewer slowly uncrosses her legs after asking the premier a political question.
The scene was a parody of Basic Instinct, the 1992 Hollywood erotic thriller in which murder suspect Sharon Stone, wearing no underwear, crosses and uncrosses her legs to unsettle her police interrogators.
The episode's 90-second trailer has so far been viewed 3.5 million times on Youtube and high traffic caused the show's website to crash.
Branka Knezevic, a former model who had posed for the local edition of Playboy magazine, said the role of a fake interviewer had been a "huge challenge" and she commended Dacic for "being a great man".
"He is a strong, real man,