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NSFW Viewers of STV's Scotland Today got an unexpected Royal Bank of Scotland bonus on Tuesday when the teatime edition of the news prog featured a "busty blonde" nipslip boob.

According to the Scottish Sun, the woman "unwittingly bared all from the passenger seat of a car as the driver - an RBS worker - was being interviewed about bank bonuses".

STV's teatime news nipslip

STV's teatime news nipslip

The Sun notes that the programme had a "potential audience of millions", many of them presumably wide-eyed kiddies. However, STV had not as of yesterday pulled the clip from its website, where eager visitors were queuing up to cop an eyeful.

An STV spokeswoman said last night: “We hope viewers weren’t too distracted.” ®

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