Georgia Steel loves to flaunt her charming figure, and she often posts racy snaps on her Instagram. This time, she was under the accusation of disrespecting Muslim law in The Maldives as she posed topless while flexing her peachy derriere. She decided to brush off everything and lit the shore with her sexy body.
She donned blue velvet swimwear to flaunt her gorgeous curves. The 22-year-old looked sizzling as she showed off her taut midriff and peachy behind in the tiny thong bottom. Her triangle top highlighted her pretty cleavage as she posed in the ensemble.
The Love Islander styled her brunette tresses in a half-up half-down style with a plait. She chose a light makeup look, which emphasized her naturally beautiful, glowing skin. She accessorized her look with delicate jewelry pieces as she posed for the snap. She captioned her Instagram video, “Had an epiphany.”
She appeared on Love Island in 2018 and is apparently having a ‘work trip’ like some other influencers while the UK is under a strict lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. She has already offended a lot of her fans and netizens for traveling around. She went to the Maldives after she visited Dubai.
The locals are also insulted after her racy display as one of them said, “It may seem strange to Westerners, but coming here and failing to observe our laws and customs is incredibly insulting. Influencers who think the Maldives is just a great backdrop for their Instagram should stop and think before one ends up in jail. The resorts could also be in serious trouble if guests like Georgia are found to be generating [nude] images on the premises.”
The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the Maldives talked about it: “Local laws reflect the fact that the Maldives is an Islamic country. Violations of local laws may lead to a prison sentence. Nudism and topless sunbathing are not allowed anywhere, including on resort islands.
Public observance of any religion other than Islam is prohibited. You should respect local traditions, customs, laws, and religions at all times and be aware of your actions to ensure that they don’t offend, especially during the holy month of Ramadan or if you intend to visit religious areas.” The land still has certain laws that can result in public floggings or death for violation of the local laws.