Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — A Taiwanese tourist was arrested and fined for wearing a particularly revealing bikini on the beach at the Philippines' newly reopened resort island of Boracay, local media reported. The tourist, who has not been named, sparked controversy by donning a string bikini on the island's famous white-sand beaches on October 9, according to the state-run Philippines News Agency PNA. Traveling with her boyfriend, PNA reported the woman had been told by staff at her hotel that the swimwear was "inappropriate" -- but she wore it anyway.
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Pictures of the tourist in the bikini went viral on social media
Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward. A post of the outrageously daring bikini was shared in the group and received 11, comments and 55, shares within hours. Photos in another local group, the Boracay Informer show the tourist wearing a pair of shorts and a black crop while she talks to police. Mini-bikinis became a hot topic at the start of the year when a pair of high-waisted bikini bottoms went viral over their distinct lack of vagina coverage. The V-string swimmers sold by Australian store Beginning Boutique sparked a global divide as many deemed the cossie ridiculous while others rushed to snap it up.
A Taiwanese found herself in hot water when she wore this tiny bikini to a beach in the Philippines, offending the locals. While we wait to discover what will have in store for bikini trends, was the year our Instagram feeds were filled with teeny-weeny swimmers for months, with designs such as the "naked" bikini and the "underboob" bikini taking off online — but leaving many of us questioning the state of the world we live in. Last year a woman discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward. Things all started to unravel for the year-old Taiwanese traveller when she decided to wear her "piece of string" bikini while visiting popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. However, the locals apparently didn't take too kindly to the Taiwanese tourist's bum-baring bathers, shaming her choice in swimwear on the Philip Pine Tastic Facebook. Photos of the tiny white bikini show it wasn't just a G-string style at the back, but also at the front — giving her fellow beachgoers way more than they bargained for. A post of the outrageously daring bikini was shared in the group and received 11, comments and 55, shares within hours. Others thought the fuss over the bikini was too much, stating the bikini could be "normal" for her. Jess Baylon, the Police Chief of Malay, which includes the Boracay, told the publication: "Several residents and tourists took photos of her on Wednesday and Thursday because of what she was wearing. Photos in another local group, the Boracay Informer show the tourist wearing a pair of shorts and a black crop while she talks to police.
Cops made Lin Tzu Ting, 26, cover up with shorts and a T-shirt then bundled her into a van after she was spotted parading in the itsy-bitsy swimsuit two days running on Boracay island. Hotel staff had reportedly warned her the first day that her outfit - three wisps of white fabric tied with string - was not appropriate. But she wore it again the next day , when horrified locals called police. They also posted images of her online showing her walking hand-in-hand with her boyfriend and later being spoken to by officers.