You don't see that on Newsnight! Grinning Serbian prime minister left speechless when glamorous interviewer has 'Sharon Stone moment' during TV prankPresenter recreates famous scene from Basic Instinct during interview with Socialist party leader Ivica Dačić Uncrosses legs to reveal wardrobe indiscretion Prime Minister stumbles over his words but can't resist fleeting glanceYouTube video of stunt has been watched more than 1.2million times By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 21:14 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:03 GMT, 31 January 2013 An X-rated TV prank has left the prime minister of Serbia feeling a little overexposed after he was flashed by a glamorous presenter during an interview. The country's Socialist party leader Ivica Dačić was midway through a discussion about Balkan politics when the young woman, wearing a particularly short mini dress, uncrossed her legs to reveal she wasn't wearing any underwear. The YouTube video, a clear copy of the famous scene starring Sharon Stone in the 1992 film Basic Instinct, has already had more than 1.2million hits.
Two leftover sprouts make 100 for charity on eBay after magician auctions them for a jokeDan Allam put the sprouts on the auction site to prove you could find a buyer for 'anything'22 bidders pledged cash and over 800 others kept tabs on the auction'It's one of the most bizarre things I've ever done. I thought I would raise 1' | UPDATED: 23:15 GMT, 30 December 2012 Bids: Dan Allam with the leftover sprouts that sold on eBay for 100 A magician who sold two leftover Brussels sprouts from his Christmas dinner on eBay raised 100 for charity. Dan Allam, 21, decided to put the sprouts on the auction site after finishing the rest of his meal on Christmas Day, to prove his claim in a family debate that you could find a buyer for 'anything' on it.
Children could choose to die under new euthanasia law considered in BelgiumProposals submitted to parliament by Socialist PartyThey are likely to be approved by other parties laterIncludes 'incurably ill' minors 'capable of discernment'Parliament also asked to include Alzheimer's patients | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 19 December 2012 Belgium is considering a significant change to its decade-old euthanasia law that would allow minors and Alzheimer’s sufferers to seek permission to die.
Windmills for Africa… a policy to DIE for | UPDATED: 00:01 GMT, 7 December 2012 You can always tell when politicians run out of rational arguments.