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Woman Sparks Heated Debate After Video Shows Her Twerking At Pool In Front Of Children
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A video of a woman twerking at a hotel pool in the vicinity of children has sparked backlash online–leaving many viewers blasting her for inappropriate behavior in front of minors.

The clip–shared by the @influencersinthewild Instagram page, "Where the creators ARE the content"–shows an unidentified woman with black hair in a red thong bikini dancing suggestively, presumably for a social media video.

A camera set up on a tripod is visible as she moves in for her closeup at the end of the clip

At one point in the video, our voluptuous bathing beauty squats down and begins to twerk as prepubescent swimmers are seen in the foreground playing in the pool.

You can watch the clip, below.



The @influencersinthewild account indicated the footage was provided by the page's camera crew member and wrote in the caption:

"Save our children."

The condemnation expressed in the comments was swift.

"Sick sorry this is so inappropriate," wrote one user.

Another wrote:

"Why is this behavior allowed in front of children[?] This is why so many people are concerned for future generations."
"Children shouldn't be exposed to this kind of stuff."

More disapproving observations followed.

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Some users were convinced the woman was creating content for OnlyFans–the subscription-based website for amateur adult entertainers.

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Some users were less harsh and responded with levity.

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And speaking of the children, these commenters observed how nonplussed the kids were and thought that what they don't notice wouldn't scar them for the rest of their lives.

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Shakespeare was onto something when he wrote that famously-quoted line from As You Like It, "All the world's a stage..."

Except, in this case, not everyone were players.