G7 leaders openly mock Putin over shirtless pics

G7 leaders pose for a group photo on the first day of the three-day G7 summit at Schloss Elmau on June 26, 2022 near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, GERMANY - JUNE 26: G7 leaders pose for a group photo on the first day of the three-day G7 summit at Schloss Elmau on June 26, 2022 near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Photo credit Stefan Rousseau - Pool/Getty Images

World leaders who are meeting at the three-day G7 Summit in the Bavarian Alps, Germany this week mocked Russian President Vladimir Putin over his infamous shirtless photos.

While sitting around a table indoors, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joked about undressing for a picture like Putin.

"Jackets on, jackets off?" Johnson asked the group, according to a video posted to Twitter per the Agence France-Presse News Agency. "Can we take our clothes off?"

"Let's wait for the picture," Trudeau replied.

"We all have to show we’re tougher than Putin," Johnson said while laughing.

"We’re going to get the bare-chested horseback-riding display," Trudeau joked in response.

"Oh yes, horseback riding is the best," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen added in.

While Johnson then said, "We got to show them our pecs."

President Joe Biden was sitting at the table, but did not say anything in the video clip that went around on the internet.

The pictures of Putin riding a horse while shirtless were taken in 2009, according to The New York Post. He is seen riding a horse without a shirt on, but the Russian leader made sure he had a pair of sunglasses and a gold chain for the photo shoot.

Putin has since had a number of other photo shoots while shirtless, including him tanning, swimming with dolphins, and while riding a submersible watercraft in the Baltic Sea, according to The Guardian.