A farmer who took Rihanna to task over her lack of clothing while the singer filmed a video on his land is considering naming a crop after the star, despite receiving hate mail over the incident.
The Umbrella hitmaker was snapped filming a promo for her new track We Found Love on agricultural land in Bangor, Northern Ireland last week (begs26Sep11), and she stripped down to a series of racy outfits for the shoot.
However, landowner Alan Graham took offence at Rihanna's lack of attire, and complained to her entourage about the saucy costumes.
He has since been inundated with hate mail from her some of her fans - but despite the fuss, the farmer insists he's thinking about naming a grain in the superstar's honour.
Graham tells Britain's The Sun, "I'm taking it all in my stride, it'll soon die down. To be honest, all this fuss has kept me back a bit. I've got straw to harvest that I haven't been able to finish yet... Maybe I'll name a type of grain after her.
"I'd love to have her back. She was lovely and gracious when I spoke to her. Just as long as I know what she's wearing before the visit."