Story By: Gheorghi Caraseni, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency:Central European News
Playboy model and actress Nastasya Samburskaya has slammed fellow Russian tourists – ranked among the most troublesome in the world – who are currently staying in the same Bali resort as her.
The 32-year-old Russian star called her compatriots “cattle” in a post criticising their ‘yobbish’ behaviour on Instagram for her 10.8 million followers.
The Playboy model is reportedly holidaying on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali where numerous other Russian guests are staying.
She wrote: “My dear compatriots, why do you behave like cattle on the beach?”
Samburskaya then went on to criticise Russian tourists playing loud music on the beach and displaying ‘yobbish’ behaviour that unsettles everyone else who just want a nice relaxing holiday.
She also complained about many tourists approaching her to ask for selfies together.
Netizen ‘Kallivriatti’ said: “Stardom is an illness that can be cured quite easily. No one cares about you, dear. And placing yourself above everyone else is a true manifestation of behaving like an animal.”
‘Smolyanovyurii’ commented: “People should definitely behave properly on a foreign beach, but calling compatriots ‘cattle’ is unacceptable.”
Last week, Samburskaya, who is well known for her sarcastic statements on social media, mocked American plus-size model Ashley Graham by posting a photo of herself kneeling on the floor while thrusting out her ‘holiday belly’ – copying a similar picture by Graham taken when she was pregnant
Samburskaya ironically said: “I want to support Ashley Graham. This picture is so beautiful, body-positive and natural. I understand that I am at the very start of my plus-size modelling career. It is the first day of holidays for me at an all-inclusive hotel. Therefore I am waiting for all the multi-million contracts! I expect your support, friends.”
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