Story By: Lee Bullen, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: AsiaWire Report
Picture Credit: AsiaWire & AsiaWire/@leygarcia11
A stunning model has been “cyber-bullied” and received threats after an online row about the “indecent” outfit she wore while waiting for a train at a tube station.
The incident took place at the Somerset MRT station in the island city state of Singapore just off southern Malaysia when young model Ashley Garcia arrived in a slinky outfit that made the headlines in local media.
In the pictures, Garcia is seen queuing up to buy a ticket while wearing what appears to be a thin oversized pink vest and no bra.
According to local media, who branded the incident as an ‘indecent exposure’, the pretty model attracted disapproving stares from other commuters for wearing the revealing clothing item.
Following intense media speculation, Garcia took to social media to apologise for the incident: “I am sorry if you think that this was an ‘indecent exposure’ but it was not my intention.”
The model added that she was unaware that people were taking photos of her and assured critics that she was wearing underwear and even had nipple covers on beneath her controversial top.
According to reports, the Singapore-based model was even subjected to cyber-bullying and threats.
In response, she said: “To those people who are already hitting me below the belt and criticising me, I respect you. You are already telling things which are too personal that is already outside of what you see in the picture. I was already cyber shamed, bullied and threatened by several people because of this.”