Model told to 'respect other people's cultures' after showing off Qatar World Cup outfit

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By James Kay

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A model's outfit choice at the World Cup in Qatar has caused outrage, as people demand she "respect other people's cultures".

Per The Sun, Qatar has a strict dress code for both residents and visitors, with non-Qatari women being expected to cover their shoulders, as well as wear skirts, dresses, and pants that cover the knee.

Last month, the former Miss Croatia, Ivana Knoll, caused controversy after she made the decision to wear a revealing outfit after becoming displeased with the country's strict modesty regulations.

Images of Qatari men taking pictures of the model went viral on Twitter, but businessman Mohammed Hassan Al-Jefairi claimed that the images were being taken to report the outfit to authorities.

Now, OnlyFans model Astrid Wett, 21, has caused controversy for the same reasons. The model shared an image of herself attending the Argentina vs Australia game where she was wearing short black shorts, an open white shirt, and a bikini top.

She captioned her tweet: "Wow what a game [...] this world cup." The post has received over 4000 likes at the time of writing, but some people in the comments have warned Astrid that her outfit is ill-advised.

One personed questioned: "respect qatar?," and another added: "Cover yourself up, respect another country [sic] rules and culture."

A third person added: "No respect for the culture," with a fourth saying: "Astrid here is Qatar not England. (sic)"

The model also attended England's most recent fixture where they defeated Senegal 3-0 to book their place in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

After a nervy opening 35 minutes, Jordan Henderson was on hand to give England the lead after running onto a pass from 19-year-old Jude Bellingham.

England doubled their lead just before halftime after Bellingham took the ball in his own half and bullied his way through the Senegalese defense before playing it into Phil Foden who put it on a plate for Harry Kane to hit it home.

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England star Jude Bellingham. Credit: Powerpics / Alamy

The game was put beyond doubt in the 57th minute after Foden played in Bukayo Saka who lofted the ball over Senegal goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.

England will now play France in the next round, with Astrid Wett potentially in attendance again.

Featured image credit: Alan Smith / Alamy

Model told to 'respect other people's cultures' after showing off Qatar World Cup outfit

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A model's outfit choice at the World Cup in Qatar has caused outrage, as people demand she "respect other people's cultures".

Per The Sun, Qatar has a strict dress code for both residents and visitors, with non-Qatari women being expected to cover their shoulders, as well as wear skirts, dresses, and pants that cover the knee.

Last month, the former Miss Croatia, Ivana Knoll, caused controversy after she made the decision to wear a revealing outfit after becoming displeased with the country's strict modesty regulations.

Images of Qatari men taking pictures of the model went viral on Twitter, but businessman Mohammed Hassan Al-Jefairi claimed that the images were being taken to report the outfit to authorities.

Now, OnlyFans model Astrid Wett, 21, has caused controversy for the same reasons. The model shared an image of herself attending the Argentina vs Australia game where she was wearing short black shorts, an open white shirt, and a bikini top.

She captioned her tweet: "Wow what a game [...] this world cup." The post has received over 4000 likes at the time of writing, but some people in the comments have warned Astrid that her outfit is ill-advised.

One personed questioned: "respect qatar?," and another added: "Cover yourself up, respect another country [sic] rules and culture."

A third person added: "No respect for the culture," with a fourth saying: "Astrid here is Qatar not England. (sic)"

The model also attended England's most recent fixture where they defeated Senegal 3-0 to book their place in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

After a nervy opening 35 minutes, Jordan Henderson was on hand to give England the lead after running onto a pass from 19-year-old Jude Bellingham.

England doubled their lead just before halftime after Bellingham took the ball in his own half and bullied his way through the Senegalese defense before playing it into Phil Foden who put it on a plate for Harry Kane to hit it home.

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England star Jude Bellingham. Credit: Powerpics / Alamy

The game was put beyond doubt in the 57th minute after Foden played in Bukayo Saka who lofted the ball over Senegal goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.

England will now play France in the next round, with Astrid Wett potentially in attendance again.

Featured image credit: Alan Smith / Alamy