Washington, Nov 2 : Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin was "mildly bemused" at knowing from French-Canadian comedian, who while impersonating as French President Nicolas Sarkozy, told her that his wife Carla Bruni was "hot in bed". In her response, the Alaska Governor chuckled and complimented him for his "beautiful family".
According to The Australian, Sarah Palin was the victim of a prank phone call by a French-Canadian comedian Sebastien Trudel. And, after realizing that the call was actually a prank on her, she was "mildly bemused", said her poll-managers.
The prank tag-team from Quebec, "Justicia masques", have previously targeted heads of state and celebrities, posted the conversation on their website.
Taking the hoax Sarkozi call, an unfazed Sarah Palin reportedly told him: "It's so good to hear you, thank you for calling us ... we have such great respect for you, John McCain and I, we love you!"
When the fake president told Ms Palin his wife Carla Bruni is "hot in bed,'' the Governor chuckled and complimented him for his "beautiful family.''
Ms Palin also proffered to continue relations if she reaches the White House. "We should go hunting together," Palin said.
The Governor told the fake President that she was "very confident" about the Republican ticket's chances, saying that she thought "the race is tightening" ahead of Tuesday's general election. "I see you as a president one day, too," said the comedian, to which Palin happily replied: "Maybe in eight years."