Firestorm over the house of Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Mari wild fun It was reinforced on Friday by a new video showing the married leader dancing intimately with a mystery man.
One of the 36-year-old leaders The youngest heads of state in the worldalready after returning from summer vacation, he was forced to deny that he had taken drugs in a video of him having fun in his apartment.
But on Friday, the Finnish tabloid Seiska released a new video On the same night, it shows a high-ranking politician huddled against a man who repeatedly rubs his neck while dancing at the Helsinki club Teatteri.
Marin hugs the man as the club plays the appropriate chorus of the Black Eyed Peas: “I had a feeling tonight was going to be a good, good night.”
One witness told the outlet that the “obviously drunk” social democrat “danced closely with at least three different men.”
She also “sat on the lap of two different men,” the witness insisted.
“He acted like he was a single twenty-year-old. It was hard to believe he was married,” an eyewitness told Seiska, claiming the prime minister was out until at least 5:30am.
In the video of her dancing with a mystery man, Marin, who has a four-year-old daughter with husband Markus Räikkönen, is clearly wearing a ring on her wedding finger.
At the beginning of the clip, Marin throws her hands in the air to the Black Eyed Peas hit while the man places his hands on her hips. Then he lowers his arms on his shoulders.
Seiska admitted that sometimes the man with his hand on the prime minister’s back kissed his neck or just whispered in his ear, it is not clear.
A politician spoke about it seen dancing on the balcony On Friday, another “ear” night in August. 5, dance clips were filmed before the night.
Despite a “wild weekend of partying”, the country leader returned to his first job on Monday, only his “slightly hoarse voice” betrayed his “hard weekend of partying”.
Before the latest allegations, Marin complained about the initial video leak, insisting the night was innocent.
“We just had a blast. I danced and sang,” he said at a press conference, adding that he “doesn’t use drugs.”
“I danced and sang and partied and did perfectly legitimate things,” she said.
However, Seiska said a “flood” of tips came from people who were “genuinely concerned about the prime minister’s well-being”.