A Thai student sparked outrage after filming an explicit OnlyFans clip inside a cinema.
The woman, named Nong June, posted a video of herself stripping inside a sleeper cinema while the Marvel superhero film ‘The Eternals’ was showing in Bangkok, Thailand.
In the video, she was introducing herself while wearing a school uniform and when the trailer started she showed off her legs.
She then continued to record herself attempting to remove the bra while keeping her uniform on. When the lights went off, she started using a vibrator as the Royal Thai national anthem played in the background – which locals are supposed to stand to attention for in a mark of respect.
When the movie aired, Nong June left the cinema and started undoing her clothes outside the lobby. She kept a lookout and put the clothes back on whenever a person walked by.
Angry locals called for the famous cinema chain to take action against the model, with many saying that recording inside the cinema is illegal.
Gai Phanthong said: ‘I’m so angry that she would do this in a cinema while the king’s anthem was playing. She is worse than a dog.’
Kim Bumrot added: ‘This is a bad example for other young girls. They should be in school studying not exposing themselves for money.’
Police said there was no official investigation started on the incident yet, but many have reported the explicit clip to authorities.
Indecency laws in Thailand, still a relatively conservative Buddhist country despite its flashy red-light districts, state that ‘making, producing, possessing, importing, exporting, or distributing pornography for commercial purposes, for distribution, or for public display’ can be punished by up to three years in prison along with a fine of up to 60,000 baht.
The computer crime act bans ‘bringing pornography into a computer system’ and can be punished with up to five years in prison or a fine of up to 100,000 baht, or both.