French Woman Appeals For Help Finding Missing Camera Containing Topless Pictures
A French tourist is appealing for help to find her camera - which has loads of topless pictures of her on it.
Travel blogger, Lily Mika, was visiting the Isle of Skye, Scotland, last week when she lost her Lumix GX80, which she uses to take topless pictures of herself across the globe.
The 26-year-old says she takes the topless photos to raise awareness of breast cancer and empower women and she says it 'would mean the world' to have the camera back.
In a Facebook post, she appealed to the kind-heartedness of Scots and said she left the camera at a rest stop near Sligachan, Skye last Thursday.
The post began: "I was so impressed with the kindness of Scottish people that I am sure that the people who found my camera are willing to give it back to its owner.
"The topless picture is not for catching attention, they are the reason I want to do everything to find my camera. All of this is not about the money, the pictures inside are very important for me.
"I'm taking artistic topless pictures in the most beautiful places that I visit.
"My goal is to publish a book with these pictures to empower women, encourage them to become more free and confident and to do what they want.
"I also want to raise awareness about breast cancer. My grandmother had to fight against it, which is the reason why I chose to do topless pictures."
It's tough to know really whether pointing out the abundance of topless pics will help Lily to be reunited with her camera. On the one hand, it has certainly drawn more attention to her loss. But on the other hand, it might encourage a pervert to keep it... Let's hope for Lily's sake the someone who finds it isn't a pervert.
Her post continued: "I took beautiful pictures for the project in Scotland and desperately want them back.
"Pictures of my travels with my grandpa and with my boyfriend are also in the camera and it would mean the world to me to have them back.
"I want the pictures to be able to add them to the book as I loved Scotland and I want to include the country in the book."
So if you do find it, do the right thing and turn it in... and don't be a pervert.
Featured Image Credit: SWNS