Models rip off clothes and bare breasts to gobsmacked locals in Costa del Sol

Barely clothed model have caused jaws to drop on the Costa del Sol this week after stripping off.

The women reportedly climbed out of a van before ripping off their revealing clothes and posing for a cameraman.

Tourists and locals in the packed street were shocked at the sight of the semi-nude models.

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One woman even whipped off her bra and exposed her naked breasts to people in the crowd.

Men opposite her were reportedly egging her on with some shouting “get it off” to the woman.

While she exposed her boobs she still wore a skirt over her underwear.

The incident occurred near Atarazanas Market in Malaga, the city’s central market and one its city’s architectural gems, around midday on Tuesday.

Despite some blokes being eager to encourage the woman’s rude act, many were less pleased.

Some said they weren’t happy having their city be treated like a “porn set’.

One person added: “Shameful that something like this happens on the streets in front of children and families.”

Another insisted: “The comments of some of the men watching this were troglodyte. It’s obviously been a while since they’ve seen a woman naked.

“But obviously doing something like this on a public street at this time of the day is totally unacceptable. The police should have been called.”

City hall officials have declared that the stunt was not authorised and they are now investigating.

It is not currently known who was behind the filthy photoshoot or what it was for.

But, the city is trying to remedy the large number of hen and stag dos that descend on the area.

City hall chiefs decided to hand out £650 fines to anyone carrying round inflatable penises or sex dolls.

It is not known whether those involved have been identified or fined.

Malaga isn't the only city hoping to stamp out rowdy tourism.

Amsterdam's city council will be presented with a plan in the next few weeks that looks to close down some coffee shops, limit the times brothels can be open and outlaw alcohol in certain areas.

Meanwhile other parts of Spain have been doling out fines to those who urinate in the sea or wander around in swimwear.

Some resorts have even placed a limit on how many alcoholic drinks Brits can consume at an all-inclusive.


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