Lauren Summer teased her Instagram fans in coronavirus quarantine with a naked selfie, months after going viral by flashing at an MLB game.
The 24-year-old hit headlines when she flashed with model friend Julia Rose at Game Five of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros.
Despite being banned from future games, it has seen the American’s following hit 2.4m followers.
Summer has been sharing sexy snaps from coronavirus quarantine as the USA continues to be hit by the disease.
And the model shared a teasing image using a product hard to come by in the battle against COVID-19 – toilet rolls.
The 24-year-old poses naked for the camera, covering herself with just two rolls.
Accompanying the snap, the model wrote: "Okay but all jokes aside, hope everyone’s doing alright and taking care of themselves! Wash your hands, be smart, but don’t panic (Or buy toilet paper in bulk). We’ll be alright!"
While another snap sees Summer taking a dip in a bubble bath completely nude.
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These snaps were shared on Instagram last week, where they have gained more than 500,000 likes.
And fans were left in awe of the American’s saucy snaps.
“I’ll take the two rolls you’re holding,” one said.
Another commented: “Would you mind sharing those?”
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While a third joked: “So that’s where all the store’s toilet paper went.”
With a fourth simply writing: “Wow.”
Summer flashed at the World Series claim they pulled the stunt to raise awareness about breast cancer – but were fined £62,000.
But it certainly sent a big message, going viral on Twitter and even distracting Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole.
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Rose said: “We made eye contact (with Cole) for sure.
“Baseball is one of the best sports with the most coverage. You know where the cameras are most of the time. Personally, I’m a huge football fan, but when it comes to football, it’s almost impossible to get on camera.
“So we knew the cameras and where they’d be, and it’s the kind of just-go-for-it type thing with baseball.”
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