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OnlyFans star leaves people outraged after refusing to take down racy billboard advert

OnlyFans star leaves people outraged after refusing to take down racy billboard advert

The billboard shows her posing in a bikini alongside a QR code

Earning a living is hard and OnlyFans has provided an unconventional way for content creators to essentially create their own financial freedom.

As it's getting more and more difficult to stand out from the crowd, one Australian woman is thought to be the first person in the country to use a billboard with a QR code which directs people to her x-rated account.

However, the community has apparently completely kicked off and people aren't happy with the idea of a woman in a bikini advertising her pornographic content in a public setting.

The OnlyFans star is believed to be the first person in Australia to advertise her page on a billboard.
YouTube / 7NEWS

Savannah - aka WC Savage - is responsible for coming up with the idea and has defended her actions.

"Obviously, people are concerned about children seeing this picture of me in a bikini at the beach, which I think is a little far-fetched," she told Perth's 6PR.

"But each to their own. Obviously, the fact that OnlyFans is an adult content-creating website that caters to adult entertainment."

She argued that if you click on the QR code, you'll be directed to the OnlyFans website - and only those who pay for a subscription will be able to access the NSFW content.

Without entering payment, there's no way you can access Savannah's nude photos and videos.

Savannah - aka WC Savage - is responsible for coming up with the idea and has defended her actions.
YouTube / 7NEWS

"OnlyFans actually have layers of protection to stop underage people from accessing the site," she pointed out.

"You need to have your license.

"You need to have a credit card even just to access the free site."

Savannah says parents need to take responsibility for what their kids search for on the internet.

"If young teenagers are scanning this QR code, then there should be parental blocks in place placed by their parents on their iPhones, tablets and computers and things like that, to stop them from being able to access sites like this and other sites that do create explicit content," she argued.

Savannah says parents need to take responsibility for what their kids search for on the internet.
Twitter / @WCSAVAGE1

Despite her reasoning, the community are said to be outraged by the signage.

“I think it’s quite inappropriate actually because it’s a family area and it’s an over 18 adult site so I don’t think children should be able to see that,” one resident told 7NEWS.

Local mayor Mark Irwin told the publication that complaints are needed for the city to take action but added that 'content and editorial control of what is displayed on the billboard is a decision made by a private entity'.

Social media expert Mike Drysdale said: "She’s playing by the rules and seems to have had a lot of success with it."

Featured Image Credit: WCSAVAGE1/Twitter/7NEWS Australia/Youtube

Topics: Australia, OnlyFans