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Topless celebrations spread across Argentina after viral World Cup stunt

Argentina football fans are making headlines all over the world for their unique way of celebrating the team’s World Cup triumph.
Argentina football fans are making headlines all over the world for their unique way of celebrating the team’s World Cup triumph.

Ever since Lionel Messi led his team to a stunning victory against France in Qatar, social media has been flooded with Argentinian women getting their kit off to celebrate.

Even before the final kick of the penalty shoot-out, an Argentinian woman — who has since been identified as a globetrotting model known as Noe Dreams on Instagram — made headlines after she was escorted out of Lusail Stadium for dancing topless inside the stadium.

She became an overnight sensation when her brazen stunt in Qatar was picked up by TV crews, The Sun reports.

Eagle-eyed viewers spotted her topless performance in the stands after she seemingly flashed the cameras.

Her friend Milubarbiee, who was also filmed with her top off amid the wild celebrations, referred to the pair as “The Topless Girls”.

Their actions risked arrest and even a lengthy prison sentence in Qatar, where women are banned from wearing revealing clothing in public and public nudity is forbidden.

They also set off a trend that’s now gone completely out of control in Argentina.

A flurry of viral social media posts has emerged in recent days featuring video footage of women stripping their clothes off while celebrating the World Cup triumph in public.

One video circulating shows a naked woman performing a dance on top of a light post, while others show women going to extreme lengths to show off their figures.

Most recently, a video has emerged of one mystery brunette casually walking naked through the Buenos Aires Plaza de Mayo as millions of fans flooded the public square, The Sun reports.

The woman strutted about in her birthday suit near Buenos Aires’ iconic Obelisk monument in front of families with young kids without even bothering to hide her state of nature.

One video of her antics has more than four million views, while another video capturing other public displays from celebrating women also has more than two million views.

One video shows an elderly woman joining in on the trend, exposing her chest in front of a group of people.

The stunt was believed to be inspired by Diego Maradona, who promised to take his clothes off at the Obelisk and run around the monument if Argentina won the 2010 World Cup when he was the national team boss.

Earlier, Argentina’s victory parade was abandoned when the World Cup winners had to be evacuated by helicopter after fans leaped off a bridge onto the team bus.

At least one supporter in the massive crowd was carried away on a stretcher as Lionel Messi and Co were escorted away overhead.
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