Adult model flashes her chest at NYC to Dublin portal

An OnlyFans model flashed the New York to Dublin portal as organisers rushed to make fixes to the 24/7 livestream that has been marred by lewd behaviour.

Ava Louise, who has more than 400,000 followers on Instagram, claimed in a post she forced organisers to pull the plug on the portal after she flashed her breasts from the American side to her counterparts in Ireland.

“I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see two New York, homegrown potatoes,” she said in the video she posted that shows her raising her tank top in front of the portal, the New York Post reported.

She then posted footage of her boyfriend talking to purported security later on, with the staffer saying it’ll be “down for quite some time” in hopes of cracking down on vulgar acts.

“It’s very unfortunate that people are not acting in the best way,” the staff member said.

NYC-Dublin portal is already seeing the worst in us

The street exhibit has attracted a certain amount of chaos since its inception last week — with troublemakers in Ireland the blame for most of the shocking conduct, including flashing swastikas and even a photo of the Twin Towers in flames on September 11.

The group behind the project boasted it as a “bridge to a united planet” that allows passers-by to see each other on the 2.5m by 2.5m video screen by not hear each other.

In the wake of Sunday’s story in The Post on the Irish troublemakers at the portal, the Dublin City Council said Monday it was working to address the stream of incivility.

Organiser blamed the shutdown on a temporary software problem.

It’s unclear whether the glitch happened as result of the X-rated star’s flashing.

Portals Organisation, the Lithuanian-based company that set up the installation, said there was an interruption Monday morning because of a “technical glitch,” but was up and running again, according to reports.

“Our teams ( and AVSPL) are doing their best to ensure smooth and consistent operations in order to come as close as possible to a 24/7 active livestream,” part of the statement read, according to the Irish Independent.

While Dublin officials said most of the interactions have been positive, “a very small minority of people” have displayed raunchy acts.

“While we cannot control all of these actions, we are implementing some technical solutions to address this and these will go live in the next 24 hours,” Dublin officials said, according to the BBC.

“We will continue to monitor the situation over the coming days with our partners in New York to ensure that portals continue to deliver a positive experience for both cities and the world.”

This story originally appeared on the New York Post and reproduced with permission

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