The presenter is outraged by the new campaign against sexist violence from the Ministry of Equality that he directs Irene Montero and in which he alludes to that of Requena. This Thursday, Paul Motorcycles He wanted to defend himself and explain the “lies” of politics and his team: “I don’t want to get angry, but there are reasons…”

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The ministry’s new campaign uses an actor to portray Pablo Motos asking a woman if she sleeps in comfortable or sexy underwear. She looks at the camera very seriously and says: “If I were a man, I wouldn’t ask this question.”

The real moment was lived in 2016 with Elsa Pataky as a guest Chris Hemsworth’s wife presented an advertising campaign with a well-known lingerie firm: “Neither I was slimy nor was she uncomfortable”, Motos said emphatically after issuing the video of the real moment. And he continued: “The Ministry of Equality is lying. It says that it would not ask a man similar things. Let’s see”, giving way to a video in which he talks about underwear with guests such as Sergio Ramos, Sergio Dalma, Pablo Chiapella, Jordi Évole, Maluma and Miguel Ángel Silvestre, among others. “The ministry has spent more than a million euros of public money on a campaign to call me macho. With the country as it is, it is indecent.”

your classmates the anthill They have stood up for him: “I have been a scriptwriter for five years and the extreme care taken to never offend any guest is total. There are very good jokes that remain in the pipeline so as not to make anyone uncomfortable”, he has Said Juan del Val. “If he comes to promote that, what are you going to ask him, about Freud?” Tamara Falcó added.

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