Ukraine’s infamous ‘Butt Squad’ flash bums to show support before England match
Don’t miss a thing by getting the Daily Star’s biggest headlines straight to your inbox!
Ukraine's notorious 'Butt Squad' – who were jailed after a racy photoshoot in Dubai – have posed in support of their country ahead of tonight's Euro 2020 showdown against England.
Four of the women have chosen to pose again using blue and yellow Ukrainian flags as props to celebrate their team.
This time, they chose not to strip off completely and instead flaunted their rears in some skimpy leotards in front of the River Dnipro in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Yana Graboshchuk, 27, a trained lawyer, said: “Our team is our pride, I believe in victory.
“We will watch and support Ukraine.”
Another ‘Butt Squad’ member Diana added: “Only forward, only victory.”
The four models in the photo are part of a group that flew to Dubai with Vitaliy Grechin, an American playboy in April.
13 female models were held in a "hell" jail in Dubai after a raunchy naked photo shoot on a balcony.
The group were accused of pubic indecency but were eventually released from jail and ordered to leave the United Arab Emirates.
Vitaliy Grechin, 41, claims he had paid around 20 "friends" to travel to Dubai for an all-expenses paid fun trip to escape lockdown boredom.
Meet Ukraine's WAGs – including TV reporter, top model, Instagram queens and foodie
He said it was "a spur of the moment decision" to take the picture against the background of Dubai’s skyscrapers.
Grechin claimed: "It happened within a minute.
"One girl said: 'I'm going to take a picture,' and then it was 'me too,' 'me too,' 'me too.'"
"Everywhere else in the world it would be considered normal."
He says the women detained spent 10 days in jail, with no food or decent water, no hygiene supplies, no sheets and just a metal bunk to sleep on.
Hundreds of kinky guests arrive for 'four-day sexfest' Swingathon in the countryside
After realising the police were getting involved, the photographer and several women rushed to the airport and flew out to Russia.
The US tycoon based in Kyiv said: "I choose to surround myself with the people I feel comfortable with.
"Everybody I know personally.
"It’s the equivalent of going out to a club or for dinner. There was no escorting, selling, buying, none of that."
They claimed to be a "closed group of friends".
- Euro 2020
Source: Read Full Article