A viral Twitter post has shown a model wearing a very risky outfit at the Qatar world cup…
And the shocking incident has triggered a huge debate over how women are treated over their choices of clothing.
Scroll on to find out more…
Now, we all know that women have been judged on the way they choose to dress for centuries…
And although we’re living in a very progressive 2022, so many continue to be objectified and shamed for their choice of clothing.
Whether it’s a bikini that’s “too revealing”…
Or a dress that’s cut a little bit “too short.”
Women all around the world continue to face harassment and judgment over what they choose to wear.
This is not okay…
One young woman who recently experienced this judgement is a model who attended the World Cup.
Where she found herself in controversy for her choice of outfit.
People have had a lot to say about what she decided to wear to the event.
Some people have defended her freedom to wear what she likes…
But others have slammed her revealing choice of outfit.
With some even claiming she could be ‘executed’ for it. Scroll on to find out what she was wearing…
Now, the 2022 World Cup has already been marred by controversy.
The first being that it was originally supposed to be held during the summertime.
However, high temperatures in Qatar meant that this could be dangerous for players.
It was recommended by FIFA that the tournament should be rescheduled for the cooler months of November and December.
But this caused a clash with the major soccer leagues.
The traditional summertime showing of the World Cup means it happens after the European soccer leagues have concluded for the season.
Eventually, the world cup was rescheduled due to the issue of safety.
This meant that all other leagues were paused to allow them to play in the Cup.
But the controversies didn’t stop there.
There were also rumors of corruption, with claims that Qatari officials had bribed FIFA for the hosting rights.
Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy has rejected the charges.
But suspicion has shrouded the tournament.
And things have gotten even worse.
As the building of the stadiums in Doha relied on many migrant workers, which has led to human rights complaints.
There were reports of workers being mistreated.
Including claims that officials had withheld pay from the migrant workers, or violated other workers’ rights.
While Qatar had admitted their labor rights have a way to go, they deny any wrongdoing.
They also claim there are no trapped or exploited migrant workers in the country.
Many charities have called for FIFA to take action over the issue.
However, FIFA has said that the world needs to focus on the soccer, rather than let the tournament become mired by political or social issues.
But having Qatar as the host nation has led to some other issues.
The social climate of the Islamic country has been at odds with many football fans.
For example, drinking alcohol is prohibited in the country.
Which left many fans concerned they wouldn’t enjoy the matches live.
And there are other controversies surrounding Qatar’s social climate.
Including their attitudes towards women and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Homosexuality is still illegal in Qatar.
This has led to worries about gay, nonbinary or trans soccer fans visiting the country, as they may be discriminated against by Qatari authorities.
Khalid Salman, a Qatar World Cup ambassador, has previously called homosexuality “damage in the mind.”
He also said fans must accept the Qatari rules while in the country.
Several soccer teams have protested these issues.
Australian and Danish teams have spoken out protesting Qatar’s human rights records.
Other footballers have had issues “One Love” armband.
Captains of several soccer teams expressed their intention to wear the band in a message of inclusion and equality.
However, FIFA said they would face repercussions if they wore the bands.
They also rejected the Belgium away kit, which also had a rainbow “Love” embroidered on the shirt.
It’s clear tensions are running high during the tournament.
And now one model has sparked a fresh debate!
Astrid Wett, a model, has been slammed for her choice of outfit at the World Cup.
The model shared a picture of her risqué outfit online causing a huge debate.
“Astrid here is Qatar, not England,” explained one Twitter user.
Another user wrote: “Cover yourself up, respect another country’s rules and culture.”
“VAR Execution,” joked a third.
In one picture, the model was wearing some totally see-through trousers.