Some women will do anything for attention— even if it means getting a rap sheet.
This was the case for New Zealander Layla Kelly, who landed herself in trouble with Australian authorities after taking her underwear off in a store for TikTok clout.
The 33-year-old is reportedly banned from Australian DIY store Bunnings following a stunt involving removing one’s underwear for the lads who frequent the hardware establishment.
“I made some TikTok’s with another creator where we pretended to take our underwear off and leave them [in Bunnings] for hardworking tradies (construction workers)…” Layla said. “While we were in the store no one really seemed to care about the ‘undies incident’… In a different video we took our shoes off and the staff told us that wasn’t allowed, but that was no big deal. We complied and all was fine.”
Surely knowing better at the age of 33, Kelly seemed surprised that such an act would have consequences: four weeks after the incident, law enforcement appeared at her door.
“It was about 9 PM when they knocked on my door, and my first thought was, sh*t, someone has died.” Layla recounted. “But then, they said ‘We need to talk to you about a video you made at Bunnings.'”
According to the Daily Star, Kelly was shocked the company did not approve of her actions and claimed she was wearing two layers of underwear.
“Bunnings saw the video, put two and two together and sent the police over to issue a trespassing warning,” she said “The police asked me if we were double layered – which we were of course!”
In addition to being banned from a hardware store in her thirties, Kelly recently gained notoriety for filming an adult film shoot with a man other than her husband.
She and her paramour apparently couldn’t resist having sex in a public space— and the incident almost landed them in serious trouble.
“We were ‘getting to know each other’ and suddenly a number of guests burst into the stairwell a floor above us,” the “male talent” said. “We barely got out of there before they saw us.”
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