Ex Miss Colombia Walks On Wild Side In NYC

Story ByLee Bullen,Sub EditorJoseph Golder,AgencyCentral European News

Video Credit: CEN/@elizabethloaiza

This is the moment hot model Elizabeth Loaiza flaunts her famous curves as she walks on the wild side in New York City.

The gorgeous 30-year-old, who won the Miss World Colombia beauty pageant in 2006, shared the clip on Instagram for her 1.5 million followers alongside the message: “Free on the streets of New York!”

In the footage, the curvy Colombian is seen strutting the streets while wearing a tiny pair of shorts and a skimpy black top.

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As she slurps on a smoothie and wiggles her pert bum, the blonde beauty occasionally stops to pull down her shorts to reveal some flesh.

The clip has been viewed 190,000 times and received hundreds of comments.

Loaiza recently shared a video of her dancing in a barely-there bikini while munching a chocolate bar for her army of online fans.

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The beach boogie was filmed on Tierra Bomba Island off the Caribbean coast of Cartagena in northern Colombia.

The model posted the video with the message: “I didn’t know whether to eat the chocolate or dance to that great island music.

“My great-grandfather’s black [ancestry] had to come out somehow.”

Over 142,000 people have watched the clip while hundreds left comments such as “you are one hell of a sexy dancer”.

In the footage, the 30-year-old blonde model is seen dancing on the beach with two islanders while she eats a chocolate bar.

As the Latin music plays, Loaiza wiggles her behind and flaunts her curves before one islander plucks up the courage to join her in the dance.

The brooding clouds and strong winds do nothing to dampen the model’s spirit, and at the end of the clip she shakes her booty and whoops in joy.

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