Finland Prime Minister Sanna Marin apparently likes to party like a millennial, and opposition parties are absolutely grilling her for it.
The 36-year-old PM issued her second apology in as many weeks on Tuesday, after a photo surfaced online of two topless women kissing during a party at her official residence.
The photo — which does not include Marin — shows two women kissing while lifting up their shirts and covering their breasts with a "FINLAND" sign. Both women are apparently famous influencers in Finland.
"The picture is not appropriate," Marin told reporters on Tuesday, per The Independent. "I apologize for it."
\u201c#BREAKING: BACK AGAIN - Finland's PM Sanna Marin back in the limelight this time after two of her female friends were pictured TOPLESS and kissing in her official residence\u201d— Insider News (@Insider News) 1661277389
Marin explained that the photo was taken at the PM's residence in Helsinki in July, after she attended the Ruisrock music festival. She said she had a few friends over to spend the evening and go to the sauna that night.
"That kind of a picture should not have been taken but otherwise, nothing extraordinary happened at the get-together," she said.
Sabina Sarkka, one of the models in the photo, also apologized on Instagram for posting it.
"I published an inappropriate picture that should have been left out. I deeply regret and apologize for my behaviour," she wrote on Tuesday.
Video has also surfaced of Marin and Sarkka dancing together at a party, and that's sparked a new round of Footloose-style "WTF" from her opponents, the Helsinki Times reports.
\u201cEcco un secondo video: la premier finlandese Sanna Marin in atteggiamento provocante mentre balla con l'amica influencer Sabina Sarkka!\u201d— Giank-deR \ud83c\uddee\ud83c\uddf9 (@Giank-deR \ud83c\uddee\ud83c\uddf9) 1661326269
It's the second time this month that Marin has been pressed to apologize for leaked footage from her social life.
Last week, she apologized for a leaked video that showed her dancing and singing karaoke with several Finnish celebrities. She denied using drugs at the event, and also agreed to take a drug test after opposition parties questioned her ability to lead.
That test came back negative.
Marin also had to apologize back in December after a video showed her out at a nightclub following a potential COVID-19 exposure.
The millennial is the world's youngest PM and has been in office since 2019.