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British Paper Implicates Croatia In “Basic Instinct” Style Prank On Serbian PM

British daily newspaper The Sun has implicated Croatia in a “Basic Instinct” style prank on Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.

The Sun claim that Dacic was set up by a Croatian TV station, when a model interviewer ‘flashed’ the Serbian PM. The prank had nothing to do with Croatian TV, but was carried out by Serbian tv show “Nemoguca Misija” (Mission impossible).

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