Bikini influencer slammed for ‘dangerous’ stunt at work
Fans said her behaviour was an accident waiting to happen.
An influencer who has gained a following for posting videos wearing a bikini while doing woodwork has been slammed for her "dangerous" behaviour.
The woodworker has posted a number of videos on her Instagram account showing her hard at work using power tools while ditching protective clothing.
One video shows the influencer cutting a piece of wood with a power saw, wearing a plunging hot pink triangle bikini and glasses on her head.
The influencer, who has more than 370,000 followers on Instagram, is seen in another video wearing an orange string bikini and respirator while sanding a piece of wood.
"What you are doing there is beyond dangerous. A woodworker with experience knows to NEVER crosscut a piece of lumber pressed up against the ripfence. A kickback into your body is inevitable. What you are doing is very dangerous," one commented.
"No safety glasses, no hard-wearing clothes, loose hair and dangling jewellery. That's just an accident waiting to happen," another commented.
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"Where the f*** are your safety glasses? Not proper clothing either wtf," a third slammed the influencer.
"Thanks for teaching people what not to do, put some safety gear on," another savaged the woodworker.
It comes after another influencer was lambasted online after she shared videos working on a farm while also wearing a bikini.
The New Zealand woman, who has more than 100,000 followers on TikTok, often dons a bikini while milking cows and riding tractors with a full face of makeup.
She has been criticised for a series of videos she's uploaded to TikTok of her undergoing her daily routine, with many slamming her for wearing swimwear while others were concerned she was breaking health and safety rules.
Fans however threw their support behind the farmer, with one suggesting it got too hot in the shed, to which the farmer replied, "Yes! And when it's just you and the cows who cares?".
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