Ed Miliband caught on camera making cheeky 'boob jiggling' gesture
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Ed Miliband was caught in a cheeky pose as he talked to pretty young voters while campaigning for his Labour Party's by-election in Northamptonshire.
It was an unfortunate moment for the grinning Labour leader, who was caught posing with the three young women making the awkward "boob jiggling" gesture.
He was meeting voters on Thursday ahead of the by-election for the Corby and East Northamptonshire seat with prospective parliamentary candidate Andy Sawford, the Daily Mail reported.
But when the students jumped out of their car to greet Miliband, he couldn't resist a chance to engage with them.
"These students pulled their car over shouting 'it's Ed Miliband, it's Ed Miliband.' They jumped out of the car and were having a bit of banter with him one of the girls had broke her arm on holiday and Miliband was asking about that," one onlooker said.
"They posed up for a picture but he pulled this odd kind of boob jiggling gesture just before the photo was taken. I'm pretty sure he wasn't being lecherous, it was just an inadvertent hand movement.
"But it was a really unfortunate time to make such a gesture when there were three pretty students standing next to him. I'm sure he meant nothing by it but he will be absolutely mortified when he sees it," the source said.
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