Naked newzeland girls body painting

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Video has emerged of the moment a reveller at Rhythm and Vines reacts after a man grabs her. NZ Herald podcast production manager. Facebook has removed a viral video of a woman in glitter body paint being grabbed at Rhythm and Vines. But the woman in the video isn't happy about the development, saying she'd rather it was left up so that those who make unwanted advances towards women are held accountable.

Watch: Topless woman in glitter body paint at Rhythm & Vines slaps man who grabbed her

Naked models stun in JUST body paint at New Zealand horse racing - Daily Star

Video has emerged of the moment a reveller at Rhythm and Vines reacts after a man grabs her. The year-old American visitor says she was yelled at by fellow revellers at the Gisborne festival before being grabbed in an incident caught on camera. The footage, posted by a woman unknown to Anello-Kitzmiller, shows her walking through the throng topless, with friend Kiri-Ann Hatfield as the man comes up behind her. Anello-Kitzmiller then spins around, races after the man and slaps him in the head four times. Anello-Kitzmiller, spoke to the Herald tonight while travelling home from Gisborne to Muriwai, west Auckland, where she lives with her Kiwi boyfriend Max Ashworth, She said she had had her chest painted along with Ashworth's sister, Katie, 18, at a gypsy stall at the festival. I couldn't believe it.

Naked models stun in JUST body paint at New Zealand horse racing

WOMEN stripped off and got their naked bodies painted entirely in paint for an annual horse racing tradition. Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox. Artists took an extraordinary seven hours to get the models ready for the competition in Christchurch this week.
Two women have shocked gym goers by working out in nothing by body paint , thongs and tape on their nipples. Sarah Reilly and Maria Luciotti have teamed up with Jen The Body Painter once again in a social experiment to see whether people would actually notice they weren't wearing any clothes. The body paint made it look as though the two of fitness fans were wearing leggings and sports bras, and was so realistic several people noticed nothing until the trick was pointed out to them. Maria was 'wearing' a purple and black ensemble, while Sarah's outfit was black, grey and hot pink. Jen says the project took five hours to complete before they visited a gym in Baltimore, Maryland, and asked for a tour.