OnlyFans model flashes New York City 'portal' in latest lewd act

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By James Kay

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An OnlyFans model flashed the New York to Dublin portal as officials attempt to crack down on inappropriate acts taking place.

The portal was designed to link the two cities in the US and Ireland and allow people to get a glimpse at the other side of the world.

What seems like a good idea has quickly descended into chaos because, naturally, people can't help but use it to really express themselves.

In fairness, surely the organizers knew that giving people the chance to show off to those across the Atlantic would end badly?


Anyway - viewers in Dublin got more than they bargained for when an OnlyFans model flashed her breasts from the New York side.

Ava Louise, boasting over 400,000 followers on Instagram, took to social media to claim responsibility for the disruption, stating: "I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see two New York, homegrown potatoes."

The video she posted captures the moment she bared her breasts in front of the portal, which she claims resulted in the organizers temporarily pulling the plug, per the New York Post.


In subsequent footage, Louise's boyfriend is seen engaging with security personnel, who announced that the portal would be "down for quite some time" in response to the incident.

A staff member said: "It's very unfortunate that people are not acting in the best way."

People clapped back at the model in the comments section, as one person wrote: "Why you gotta ruin it for everyone?"

A second added: "Yeah this one is ehhh… you’re probably gonna get charged with some sort of indecent exposure or something lol… especially since there were probably children around…"

The Flatiron District exhibit has been a magnet for chaos since its inception, with reports of lewd behavior primarily attributed to troublemakers in Ireland.

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is often a hotspot for American tourists. Credit: Guven Ozdemir/Getty

Incidents range from flashing swastikas to displaying disturbing imagery such as the Twin Towers in flames on September 11.

The Post reported that Dublin City Council announced plans to address the issue of incivility.

While organizers initially attributed the shutdown to a temporary software glitch, it remains unclear whether the disruption was directly caused by Louise's actions.

Portals Organization, the company behind the installation, acknowledged an interruption due to a "technical glitch" but assured that operations were swiftly restored.

Dublin officials acknowledged that while most interactions have been positive, a minority have engaged in inappropriate behavior.

Technical solutions are being implemented to mitigate such incidents, with a commitment to monitor the situation alongside partners in New York.

The portal allows those in Ireland to get a glimpse at NYC. Credit: Diana Robinson Photography/Getty

Reflecting on the positive impact of the portal, the organizers shared a statement, as cited by Sky News, reading: "We have seen families and friends unite, dancing moves being shared as well as new friendships being made. There was even a successful marriage proposal.

"The Portal offers a window to other cities and is connecting people and cultures in a unique manner - what we are seeing between Dublin and NY is reflective of a wider narrative of cultural behavior."

They continued: "We do not intend to suggest people to interact with Portals in any particular way - our goal is to open a window between far away places and cultures that allows people to interact freely with one another.

"We encourage people to be respectful and from our position as observers, we see that the absolute majority of experiences is on the bright side."

Featured image credit: Diana Robinson Photography/Getty

OnlyFans model flashes New York City 'portal' in latest lewd act

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

An OnlyFans model flashed the New York to Dublin portal as officials attempt to crack down on inappropriate acts taking place.

The portal was designed to link the two cities in the US and Ireland and allow people to get a glimpse at the other side of the world.

What seems like a good idea has quickly descended into chaos because, naturally, people can't help but use it to really express themselves.

In fairness, surely the organizers knew that giving people the chance to show off to those across the Atlantic would end badly?


Anyway - viewers in Dublin got more than they bargained for when an OnlyFans model flashed her breasts from the New York side.

Ava Louise, boasting over 400,000 followers on Instagram, took to social media to claim responsibility for the disruption, stating: "I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see two New York, homegrown potatoes."

The video she posted captures the moment she bared her breasts in front of the portal, which she claims resulted in the organizers temporarily pulling the plug, per the New York Post.


In subsequent footage, Louise's boyfriend is seen engaging with security personnel, who announced that the portal would be "down for quite some time" in response to the incident.

A staff member said: "It's very unfortunate that people are not acting in the best way."

People clapped back at the model in the comments section, as one person wrote: "Why you gotta ruin it for everyone?"

A second added: "Yeah this one is ehhh… you’re probably gonna get charged with some sort of indecent exposure or something lol… especially since there were probably children around…"

The Flatiron District exhibit has been a magnet for chaos since its inception, with reports of lewd behavior primarily attributed to troublemakers in Ireland.

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is often a hotspot for American tourists. Credit: Guven Ozdemir/Getty

Incidents range from flashing swastikas to displaying disturbing imagery such as the Twin Towers in flames on September 11.

The Post reported that Dublin City Council announced plans to address the issue of incivility.

While organizers initially attributed the shutdown to a temporary software glitch, it remains unclear whether the disruption was directly caused by Louise's actions.

Portals Organization, the company behind the installation, acknowledged an interruption due to a "technical glitch" but assured that operations were swiftly restored.

Dublin officials acknowledged that while most interactions have been positive, a minority have engaged in inappropriate behavior.

Technical solutions are being implemented to mitigate such incidents, with a commitment to monitor the situation alongside partners in New York.

The portal allows those in Ireland to get a glimpse at NYC. Credit: Diana Robinson Photography/Getty

Reflecting on the positive impact of the portal, the organizers shared a statement, as cited by Sky News, reading: "We have seen families and friends unite, dancing moves being shared as well as new friendships being made. There was even a successful marriage proposal.

"The Portal offers a window to other cities and is connecting people and cultures in a unique manner - what we are seeing between Dublin and NY is reflective of a wider narrative of cultural behavior."

They continued: "We do not intend to suggest people to interact with Portals in any particular way - our goal is to open a window between far away places and cultures that allows people to interact freely with one another.

"We encourage people to be respectful and from our position as observers, we see that the absolute majority of experiences is on the bright side."

Featured image credit: Diana Robinson Photography/Getty