Model Marisa Papen sparks fury posing NAKED in front of Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall a year after being
A MODEL has sparked fury by posing naked in front of Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall a year after she was jailed for a nude photoshoot in an Egyptian temple.
Marisa Papen took the cheeky snap from the roof-top of building in the ancient Middle Eastern city.
Marisa Papen sparked fury by posing naked in front of Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall
The Belgian model said: "It was immediately clear to me that if we could manage to take a picture in front of or near the Wailing Wall, the whole trip would be a success.
"We got into a conversation with a super friendly guy, who turned out to be Muslim, and he invited us into his house where we drank coffee and mint tea."
When Papen and her photographer Mathias Lambrecht asked if they could visit his rooftop to take a photograph, the man gladly obliged.
She added: "I still had to explain that I wanted to take off my clothes for a picture.
“But he was even more chill than we thought.”
Her racy photoshoot comes after she was arrested for posing naked in the temple complex of Karnak near the Egyptian city of Luxor.
The Western Wall or Wailing Wall is an ancient limestone wall in the old city which was part of a Jewish temple expansion and a holy site where Jews go to pray.
It is seen as sacred holy site for Jews, Muslims and Christians.
Marisa was arrested after she posed naked in the temple complex of Karnak in Egypt
Marisa described herself as a 'free-spirited and wild-hearted expressionist'
Marisa, who describes herself as "free-spirited and wild-hearted expressionist", said she has been praised for her racy shoot and Israeli fans have even invited her back to visit.
However, others were not as impressed.
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One man fumed online: "This is crossing a line. Who do you think you are to pose here? I hope that God will judge you."
Defending her nude photos, Marisa said: "Religion is turning mankind more and more into pack animals.
"We no longer get the chance to listen to our heart and instinct. From birth we are being brainwashed." She added: "How can a skin, a nude body anger someone?"
"I think that religion plays a big role in this, so by expressing my art at this location, as well as in Egypt, I hope to break this stigma."
Culled from The Sun
My view: My view: It's people like her that makes #Me Too being subjected to mockery, just don't get how top celebrities shout #Me Too when you have some attention seeking celebs parading themselves almost naked on the red carpet and important Award shows, and now you have this model insulting religious sight with trash that she says it's naked art. Do whatever you like with your body but don't go mocking religious sites. (Pictures and video)