Another ama 2000 fashion liberal has pushed the boundaries sparking a debate about whether her dress code was ‘shameful’ or not
Another ama 2000 fashion liberal took her freedom of fashion a little too far.
TRANSPARENT SKIRT THROWS AMA 2000 TO THE SPOTLIGHT
The young woman went viral on social media after snaps of her wearing an alluring lace skirt ended up online.
There is huge uncertainty as to whether this was part of a photo shoot to promote the see-through/ transparent lace skirt or this ama 2000 rocked it in town for the fun of it.
Clad in a white long-sleeve crop top and blue woollen bucket hat and of course the see-through lace skirt, this ama 2000 is pictured rocking different poses in an area that looks like a shopping centre parking bay.
Young woman poses for the camera wearing a transparent lace skirt. Photo: Pistory Uphindulo Pisty/ Facebook.
Blurred-out men in the background of one of her snaps can be seen staring at her from a distance.
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The South African is also uncertain of the province but comments in one of the posts gave the impression that this activity took place in the Limpopo province.
NOT A CHANCE IN RWANDA FOR SUCH FASHION SENSE
This ama 2000 woman is fortunate to be South African otherwise if she was from Rwanda, she would be facing jail time for such.
This after a Rwandan woman, Lillianne Mugabekazi (24), was arrested and charged with public indecency after wearing a revealing dress at a concert by popular French musician Tayc in Kigali on the 7th August 2022.
Rwandan woman Lillianne Mugabekazi (24) was jailed for wearing an attire that was deemed ‘shameful’ by her government. Photo: chimpreports/online.
The clothes she wore, according to the Rwandan government are regarded as ‘inappropriate and shameful’.
According to reports, Lillianne faced up to two years imprisonment. However, latest reports suggest that Lillianne was released from jail after spending 12 days.
CHIMPREPORTS reported that Rwanda police reminded the public that nudity, public indecency and serving alcohol to underage children is punishable by law.