New footage shows Argentina female fan flashing boobs at World Cup final (Photo/video)

New footage shows Argentina fan flashing boobs at World Cup final

Fans are concerned after seeing new footage of a topless Argentina female fan flashing boobs at the World Cup final.

The Argentina fan was seen removing her top to expose her breasts on live television moments after Gonzalo Montiel’s winning penalty shootout spot-kick.

She violated the strict nudity laws of the host country, Qatar, and could now face jail time or a hefty fine as a result of her actions.

New video of the incident has emerged, showing the fan being escorted out of the Lusail Stadium by security officials following the game.

No information has been released since about her actions or current whereabouts, increasing the concern of her supporters on social media.

After seeing the new footage, one fan wrote: “I spotted her, very brave! She’ll be arrested over there if she’s not careful…”



Another supporter tweeted: “Caught live on TV.” A third also commented: “I’d be posting my boobs later to celebrate Messi and Argentina’s World Cup.”

Originally, fans watching at home had caught an immediate glimpse of the fan removing her top as cameras panned to the crowd following the winning penalty.

She could be seen revealing her breasts before turning to the fans behind her in celebration, only for a security official to spot that she was topless and have her removed from the stadium.

Women attending the World Cup in Qatar had been told to adhere to the Arab nation’s strict laws on clothing, which include a ban on tight clothing.

They were also told not to flash any cleavage at matches. Ahead of the tournament, visitors had been warned to cover their shoulders and to avoid wearing short skirts during their time in Qatar. Watch the video here.



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