After two Italian OnlyFans models caused outrage when they were photographed with see-through tops in front of Botticelli’s picture of a naked Venus, another young woman has been banned from even standing near the Louvre gallery in Paris for wearing a similar skimpy outfit.
The Italian photographs that caused outrage over a week ago showed the two girls Alex Mucci and Eva Menta, who between them boast more than 10 million fans on Instagram and almost 200,000 on OnlyFans, standing in front of the famous painting in a see-through top.
The photoshoot took place at the Uffizi Gallery art museum in the Historic Centre of Florence in Italy’s Tuscany region.
Now a similar stunt has been pulled by Taiwanese influencer Iris Hsieh who ended up being ordered to move on from outside the French Louvre museum for wearing a bra top without even getting the chance to go inside.
The former nurse who turned influencer and YouTuber is mainly famous for her pretty face and curvaceous figure and had gone inside the museum wearing a fluffy black coat.
But when she removed it to pose in front of the museum with the lacy black bra and grey pants, the police turned up and ordered her to move on.
She complained: “The first time I saw the Louvre Palace, I only took three pictures of the newly bought Meimei bra top, and the local police came to talk to me and asked me to move on.”
The photographs of her standing in front of the iconic pyramid-shaped museum course heated debate, with some saying they were surprised that the French were so prudish, while others were saying that she should have shown more respect.