Oasis has used this to her advantage more than once in her pursuit of Torg. When getting ready to fight Oasis, one of Riff's preparations is a "censorizing black bar" launcher, designed to cover up any "distracting nudity".
The first time Torg and Bun Bun meet Oasis. They are in the middle of a fight in a lake. Second Frame, both stare as Oasis swims by nude. "Game called on account of naked chick."
Way back around strip #27 or so when Zoe was introduced, Zoe locked her keys in the car with it running, but Torg and Riff are distracted by a hot chick who asks them to help her find her lost makeup case.
DiDi can cause this practically any time she leaves the house; an early example came when she stripped to a tiny bikini in a park, causing multiple collisions.
While on a mad dash to stop DiDi from copulating with Gary, Zii gets distracted by two cute gay guys kissing right after asserting that nothing could distract her. She's quite prone to being distracted by anything sexy at any time, especially given her personal tastes.
DiDi and Kiley show that the trope continues to work here.
Here's a good example from Joyce and Walky that nicely illustrates the newlywed variation of this trope.
This is Minerva Mink's strategy — her entire alliance was based around guys who found her hot, most notably P. Bear, who liked her only because she was hot.
Montana also pulls this off on every guy in her tribe after Issac is voted out — she goes topless for a day to celebrate, and it allows her to speak better with the guys who are normally very hush-hush (it even cures Alex's stutter).
The Fourth: Lord Skärva, having become a bit more Genre Savvy, turns this into an Evil Plot, preparing to have Princess Veronika fall in love with the hero, Blank. The idea is, once Blank's love for the princess is requited, he'll be too busy to defeat Skärva.
I did half a year of French at high school. I don't think I absorbed much beyond "Je m'appelle David." You'd think I would have paid more attention to the luscious young Miss P. who was our teacher... or maybe that was my problem.
She inadvertently returns the favor when her unexpected appearance causes Faith to seemingly forget that she and the rest of the student council may have walked into a trap! Instead, she starts turning on the charm.
There was also the time that Layla invited her to double up with her on a blind date with her ex-fiance Dio. Tiffany hesitates, until Layla flashes a photo of him. So much for staking vampires.
And it happens to her kid brother, Dusky, during the "Siren Brawl" bonus story. They were supposed to be keeping an eye out for monsters, but he had his eye on Tracy Milligan's ass, causing Tiff to Dope Slap him!
Sequential Art: Kat trying on a borrowed swimsuit that's way too big for her, to the point of threatening to fall off if she weren't holding onto the garment, distracts Art from thinking about how to escape a Reality Show also serving as a prison for those threatening to reveal a covert Alien Invasion.
Agatha tries to distract people with the sexy when she's on the train, figuring that if an assassin broke into her compartment and found a young lady covered only by a Modesty Towel, he'd pause for long enough her friends to kill them. This is her idea of "a normal-person plan". It ends up working exactly once - everyone else that bursts into her compartment is a friend, or at least an ally.
Homestuck has a fairly mild example in the first meeting between John and Roxy. Roxy asks him to tell her about his adventures so far (i.e., practically the whole comic) but winds up listening to none of it because she's too busy evaluating him as boyfriend material (and liking what she sees).
A hilarious example occurs in the "Growing Pains in the Neck" roleplay of White Dark Life. Maxmillian Schneider, who, due to a... strange childhood, has no understanding of his libido, nonetheless gets distracted enough to walk into a pole upon noticing Esther Mokary's recentgrowthspurt.
This exchange from Narbonic, where Mel tells her boyfriend Caliban that she has to go on a black-ops mission:
Caliban: "We'd better have sex tonight."
Mel: "Because I might die and we'll never see each other again?"
Caliban: "You what? Sorry, I wasn't listening."
In The Order of the Stick it's usually the first idea of Elan when it comes to using illusions. It usually doesn't work.