Influencer denies giving OAP 'heart attack' following racy party at old people's home
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Bingo. Crosswords. Knitting. We can all agree that these things spring to mind when we think of retirement homes.
Erotic lap dances? Not so much. But that appeared to be what happened at a retirement home in Colombia last month - leading the influencer who organised the bash having to deny giving an OAP a heart attack.
In footage posted on her Instagram page, a woman at the Una Mano Amiga Foundation in El Prado, Cartagena, was seen to collapse when influencer Nadia Cartagena performed a saucy routine for residents.
Footage captured at the bash shows skimpily-clad dancers giving pensioners one hell of a show, and according to El Heraldo, the throw-down also included erotic cakes and games.
However, in photos shared by The Sun and El Heraldo, a woman can be seen laying on the floor as men wearing hotpants offer her water. Other images showed the woman being loaded into an ambulance.
Spoiler alert: the whole thing was a set up.
Cartagena - who organised the event and shared clips of the party on social media - hoped the stunt would encourage the mayor to take note of the issues facing local care homes.
Nevertheless, she was forced to offer an apology after her followers said the whole thing was inappropriate.
Speaking on her Instagram page, Cartagena said: “Today I held an erotic party for older adults and I got the biggest scare of my life because I did not expect what happened to happen and the truth is that I am very sorry, I just wanted to give them some fun and I did not expect that situation, so I want you to comment on the situation."
Later revealing it was all a stunt, Cartagena spoke to El Universal, saying: “The themed party was organised, authorisation was requested, I have the evidence.
"Nothing was done against anyone's will. We did it with a lot of love, my entire platform is made of very good content, of social help."
She added: "And at no time was the purpose of the video to annoy, abuse or take advantage of the grandparents, in fact, we made a donation to them after the event."
Cartagena went on: “I organised this event because there are grandparents in poverty and abandonment. The purpose of the video is to call for this problem to be seen and to call on the district authorities to keep an eye on these people.”
LADbible has approached the Una Mano Amiga Foundation for comment.
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