The image depicted the Spotlight host's bare shoulders behind her computer screen, thus sparking claims that she was presenting the show completely starkers.
Sharing the snap to her Twitter account, Victoria attempted to fuel the debate regarding scientist's claims that nudity makes people happier.
"Nudity is good for us say scientists! Discuss… @BBCDevon @BBCSpotlight," she wrote alongside the shot.
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Victoria Graham shocked fans as she appeared to pose naked yesterday
Victoria posted this cheeky snap on Twitter after scientists said people were happier naked
Nudity is good for us say scientists!
"@SWVictoria @BBCDevon @BBCSpotlight heavens above!!!! Spotlight will be interesting. Justin will definitely have to put the heating on now," quipped one listener.
"This is what I have to work with… Victoria – 'can you take a picture of me please Jake?' #behindthescenes," joked a member of her radio team.
"Well you certainly stirred it up today! You've really made me smile. Thanks x," praised another.
The saucy picture came after scientists investigated the psychological effects of nudism, which found that people taking part in naturist activities felt better about themselves.
Victoria's post sent fans wild on social media
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But Victoria didn't sound too keen on the prospect of shedding her clothes more often and shut down one listener who asked her if she was considering a "career change".
"I think not!" she hit back, before re-tweeting a number of flattering messages from fans.
Victoria – who is married to BBC newsreader Simon McCoy – returned to BBC Spotlight in 2015 after a two-year break.