Rihanna’s Music Video Wardrobe Offends Irish Farmer

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Risqué business: Rihanna's stripped-down style upset a farmer in Northern Ireland.

Those familiar with Rihanna’s wardrobe choices may not look twice when the pop star strips down to nothing more than skivvies for a performance or photo shoot. But one unassuming witness to the singer’s latest music video shoot was not so accepting—and told the singer just that.

According to Page Six, Alan Graham, a 61-year-old farmer in Northern Ireland, was so offended by Rihanna’s scantily-clad shoot—in his own field—that he drove over in his tractor to give her a piece of his mind.

"If someone wants to borrow my field and things become inappropriate, then I say, 'Enough is enough. You are not entitled to do that,’" Graham told the New York Post. The ensembles in question? A red bandana-print bikini, an American flag bikini, and unbuttoned jeans.

"I requested that they stop filming and they did,” Graham, who is also a local politician for the Democratic Unionist Party, said. “I had a conversation with Rihanna and I hope she understands where I'm coming from. We shook hands."

The Bajan beauty reportedly finished the video shoot elsewhere. We just hope Graham never sees her Emporio Armani Underwear ads.

In related news, check out another Rihanna getup that recently ruffled feathers.