A Taiwanese tourist has been fined for wearing a bikini that was described as being just a piece of string. Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday with her boyfriend in the popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. She had visited Puka Beach in the area twice wearing a thong bikini. Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday in the popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines when stunned onlookers had posted pictures of her outfit choice on social media Stunned onlookers had posted pictures of her outfit choice on social media which then caught the attention of the authorities. Ting was later tracked down to her hotel and was arrested. It is not clear what the exact charge was but the current laws on indecency could have been the basis of her arrest. The tourist claimed she did not know that wearing the bikini would be prohibited on the island and that it was her personal form of expression RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next MSNBC president Phil Griffin ‘smirked as he waved around a… Glamorous bikini model-turned-prison guard, 33, who had a… Share this article Share Jess Baylon, the Police Chief of Malay, which includes the Boracay, said:’ ’Several… Read full this story
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