A farmer who objected to the way Rihanna was dressed while she filmed a music video in his field has lost his council seat.
Alan Graham, of the Democratic Unionist Party, hit headlines across the world after voicing concerns over the revealing outfit Rihanna wore while recording for her 2011 hit We Found Love.
Mr Graham, who had agreed for one of his fields in Bangor, County Down, to be used for recording, said at the time he did not 'believe young ladies should have to take their clothes off to entertain'.
The farmer, who was 61 at the time, said Rihanna had been 'very gracious and respectful' when they spoke, and they had 'parted company on good terms'.
Carry On and EastEnders star Barbara Windsor spoke out in support of Mr Graham's stance, commenting at the time: 'I don't blame him. How old is he? Does he need that at his time of life, seeing Rihanna taking her top off? He doesn't.'
Mr Graham has been a councillor on Ards and North Down Council for several terms.
He is known for his conservative views and last year objected to a proposal to light up Bangor Town Hall in the rainbow colours for a Pride event.
The DUP veteran lost his council seat on Saturday morning to Alliance Party representative Scott Wilson.
In 2011 Mr Graham had said: ‘I had never heard of Rihanna until someone called me requesting the use of my land.
‘Someone explained she was as big as it gets as far as pop stars were concerned. I am a bit illiterate about those issues.'
After the issue came to light in 2011 it was reported that Mr Graham had said: 'I wish no ill will against Rihanna and her friends. Perhaps they could acquaint themselves with a greater God.'