In Paris, Taiwanese influencer allegedly asked by police to leave after posing in bra at Lourve Museum (VIDEO)

Malay Mail
Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 8 — A Taiwanese social media influencer was allegedly asked to leave the Louvre Museum in Paris after she went semi-naked while posing in front of the famous tourist destination.

Sharing her experience via social media, Iris Hsieh said French policemen asked her to leave. This was after she took off her coat to take pictures of herself in a lacy black bra and grey pants.

“(I could) only take three photos of (me in my) newly bought, beautiful bra top (before) the police (came),” Hsieh claimed.

“Hence, the video clip you see I am wearing a black coat,” she wrote in the caption.

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Some of her followers were sympathetic with Hsieh over her encounter while others said she asked for it.

Instagram user @guokescrabbly said her dressing is bound to raise eyebrows while @charles_axis said the French police assumed that she was a sex worker.

According to @nmsl.nmsl.nmsl, it was common knowledge on what to wear when visiting such places. Meanwhile, @a_cyhthia told Hsieh she should have gone to the red light district and not stand in front of a historical building.

ET Today reported that Hsieh was formerly a nurse before switching to live streaming and YouTube.

Known for her voluptuous body, Hsieh has 129,000 followers on Instagram and 66,443 followers on Facebook.