Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams was interrupted by a scantily clad woman in a bizarre incident at one of his campaign events in Manhattan on Sunday, video shows.
Adams was being treated like a rock star at the Upper East Side get-out-the-vote event — where he was greeted by loud cheers and hailed by other Democratic city officials such as Manhattan District Attorney nominee Alvin Bragg — when the woman approached him at the mic.
The candidate was just 20 seconds into his speech when the lady, dressed in a yellow, white and blue dress with knee-length orange socks and large sunglasses, approached him with her own microphone, followed by a cameraman.
“Eric, are you a dirty cop?” the woman asked. “What are you going to do about the NYPD?”
Members of Adams’ security team quickly whisked the woman and cameraman away.
It’s not clear what exactly the pair was doing at the 86th Street and East End Avenue event.
Adams, a retired 20-year veteran of the NYPD, beckoned his fans to remain focused on the campaign as the woman shouted questions at him.
“Stay focused, that is just a distraction. We’re not going to be distracted,” Adams said.
“Stay focus, stay disciplined, and drive,” he repeated in a chant to the crowd.