Adult star told World Cup outfit could ‘risk her getting executed’
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An OnlyFans star has been told on social media that her choice of clothing at the World Cup in Qatar could risk her getting executed.
On Saturday (3 December) she shared a snap from the Argentina vs Australia game, which she attended in short black denim shorts, an open shirt and a bikini top.
Captioning the post, she wrote 'What a game', and the tweet got more than 4,000 likes; however, in the comments, some people suggested the outfit was ill-advised in the country.
One person sent a GIF which read 'VAR Execution', while another said: "Astrid here is Qatar not England."
And another Twitter user wrote: "Cover yourself up, respect another country rules and culture."
Astrid was also in attendance at England's first knockout match against Senegal yesterday (Sunday 4 December), where she wore the national team's shirt with pride.
England won the tie 3-0, setting up a tantalising - and nerve-wracking - quarter final against France on Saturday (10 December).
Jordan Henderson opened the scoring in the 38th minute, with England also scoring with the final kick of the first half.
Jude Bellingham led a brilliant breakaway that ended with Phil Foden setting up 2018 Golden Boot winner Harry Kane, who slammed home his first goal in Qatar to become the side's eighth different goalscorer.
That strike also left the prolific Tottenham striker on 52 England goals, one behind the all-time record set by Wayne Rooney.
Saka then joined Marcus Rashford – the man he replaced in the starting line-up on Sunday – on three goals at this World Cup, ending the contest when he delicately clipped the ball over Edouard Mendy early in the second half.
Now manager Gareth Southgate expects his side to face the 'biggest test' possible against France in the next round.
"They're world champions, incredible depth of talent, outstanding individual players, very difficult to play against and to score goals against," the 52-year-old said.
"It's a fantastic challenge, brilliant game for us to prepare for.
"The two quarter-finals that are already in place are fantastic, historic football rivalries and great games from the past.
"A brilliant game for us to be involved with and test ourselves against the very best."
France eased past Poland earlier in the day to seal their spot, with Olivier Giroud becoming their all-time top scorer before Kylian Mbappe hit a brilliant brace in the 3-1 triumph.
"Of course (Mbappe) is a world-class player and has already delivered big moments in this tournament and in previous tournaments," Southgate said.
"But there's also, I think (Antoine) Griezmann is now over 70 consecutive games for France and I think he's also a phenomenal player.
"We know Olivier Giroud so well and they have outstanding young midfield players as well.
"So, everywhere you look when we're studying France at every age group, they have incredible depth of talent in every position.
"It's a huge test but one that we’re really looking forward to and it's a great challenge for our team now."