Rihanna Told Off By Northern Ireland Farmer

Rihanna Meets a Northern Ireland Farmer

Rihanna was asked to stop filming her latest music video "We Found Love" by the owner of a field in Bangor, County Down Northern Ireland, when he believed the scenes he was seeing where "inappropriate."  Rihanna was filming in a red bikini and there was plenty on show.

Lots of fans gathered to catch a glimpse of the R+B Singer when a member of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Alderman Alan Graham asked the pop star to end the filming early, due to the lack of clothes.

Rihanna was scantily clad and was asked to cover up by the farmer. According to a BBC report the farmer said he was fetching his tractor when he spotted her and approached the crew,

I thought it was inappropriate.  I requested them to stop and they did," he said, "I had my conversation with Rihanna and I hope she understands where I'm coming from.  We shook hands."

He went on to admit that when he was asked permission to use his field for the video shoot he had no idea who Rihanna was.  She had arrived in a white caravan along the main Belfast to Bangor A2 dual carriageway and that caused the traffic to grind to an inevitable halt.