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Carla Bruni Sarkozy is France's First Lady—and she happens to have a rather colorful past as a supermodel. In "In the Tube with Carla Bruni," a video just posted on YouTube (above) by producer Thomas Cazals, Bruni-Sarkozy is shown in what are now considered controversial scenes.
In one section, the Italian-born Miss Bruni produces from her handbag a book called Hot International Love and Sex Guides, which translates key phrases on all things erotic into seven languages.Cazals is facing some pressure from authorities over the film and the Telegraph reports it was removed from his blog last night.
"We need these kind of books because we're travelling all around the world, we're meeting new people and we want to know what to tell them in case we get into bed with them," she tells interviewers on the Channel 4 show Eurotrash.
The then Miss Bruni, who was 28 when the show was broadcast in 1996, proceeds to offer four translations of “You get me very hot”, ending in the Italian “Mi eccite tanto”.
· Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in embarrassing internet film on sex and love [Telegraph]