Woman in G-string bikini is slammed for 'inappropriate' dance moves near kids in swimming pool | The Sun

A INFLUENCER in a G-string bikini has been slammed for her "inappropriate" dance moves near kids in a swimming pool.

The woman – who goes by the name Elizabeth – was filmed in a skimpy red two-piece twerking for a camera on a tripod.

Footage was then shared to an Instagram page called Influencers in the Wild gaining over 2,000 comments.

The video was captioned "save our children" which led people to leave their opinion on the "sick" and "vulgar" behaviour of Elizabeth and her friend.

One Instagram user wrote: "Working on their OF [OnlyFans] content at the kiddie pool … classy."

While another added: “We live in such a vain and vulgar, and truly bizarre, time."

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Someone else also commented: "Sick sorry this is so inappropriate."

Elizabeth discovered the Instagram post and defended herself.

“Omg that’s me making a TikTok while I was on vacation in Hawaii lol," reports Yahoo.

"First of all, those kids were nowhere near me and my girl, that were obviously minding our business lol."

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Elizabeth works as a stripper and creates content for OnlyFans charging subscribers $20 per month.

Some Instagram users also stood up for the influencer with one saying: "If her a** cheeks were covered up just a little more and she wasn’t curvy no one would’ve had a problem with this."

Another added: "I mean the kids literally don’t care …they’re not even paying attention."

While another said: "Honestly this doesn't look that inappropriate. The kids aren't even looking, these swimsuits are worn at most public beaches and many public pools."

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