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Last time Miranda Kerr posed for GQ it led to one hapless Australian banker nearly losing his job.

So for his sake let's hope he isn't looking this time. The model has stripped off yet again, posing in the June issue of the men's magazine in her underwear.

Images of banker David Kiely gazing at Miranda were broadcast around the world after he was inadvertently filmed during an interview on Channel 7 news at Maquarie Bank in Sydney.

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Look away now: Miranda Kerr poses in her underwear in these new shots for GQ magazine

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More pictures can be seen in GQ

'It was a big deal,' Miranda told GQ. 'I wasn’t offended. I just felt sorry for the poor guy.

'I wonder if he’ll get into trouble if we send him this cover.'

And she said that this time she hoped Kiely would not be caught out.

'We should send him a signed cover!' she said.

'He can read the magazine at home instead of at work on the Internet.'

The trader was marched off the bank's trading floor by security when the incident made headlines, remaining at home while his case was decided.

Kiely kept his job when Victoria's Secret model Miranda, 26, offered her support.

Miranda told Sydney's Daily Telegraph newspaper: 'I am told there is a petition to save his job and of course I would sign it.'

Earlier this week, Miranda was questioned about what she finds attractive in a member of the opposite sex.

'Personally, I believe that women need to be stimulated mentally by the man,' she revealed. 'It's not necessarily about his looks.

It’s more about being stimulated mentally, like when a man is funny or he is witty or charming, I think that’s attractive. It’s all about personality, really.'

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Don't look now: The hapless banker who was caught ogling GQ photos of Miranda Kerr while at work

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