Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin had to make excuses for participating in a wild party in a private home. She assured that she did not take any drugs, but simply had fun and danced.
The video posted on the social media shows six people dancing and imitating the song in front of the camera, including Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin. Marin, 36, is seen kneeling on the dance floor with her hands behind her head as she dances imitating the song, AP reports.
It is not yet clear when the party was held, which was reportedly attended by Ilmari Nurminen, a member of parliament from the Social Democratic Party, and Finnish singer Alma.
Marin, who became Finland's youngest prime minister in December 2019, said she spends her free time with friends like everyone else her age and that she intends to remain the same person as before.
Critics point out that Finland is facing high electricity prices, among other problems related to the war in Ukraine. The country recently abandoned its neutral position and asked to join NATO.
In July, Marin attended a popular Finnish rock festival. In December, she issued a public apology for going clubbing until 4 am without a work phone, so she was not informed that she had been in close contact with a person infected with COVID-19.