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NSFW: Flashing Influencer Gets Livestream ‘Portal’ from Dublin to NYC Shut Down

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May 14th 2024, 2:26 pm
Art installation meant to unite Irish and American citizens instead hijacked by inappropriate behavior.
Dublin residents pretended to snort cocaine, displayed pornography and flaming Twin Towers images, while American OnlyFans creator flashed breasts.
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An art installation that livestreamed videos between Dublin, Ireland, and New York City was shut down following several taboo incidents, including an influencer flashing her bare breasts to Irish citizens.

“The Portal,” a large circular screen with a camera attached, opened last week on May 8 and was intended to unite people across the pond by allowing US and UK citizens to interact with each other.

However, things quickly started getting out of hand as passers-by began behaving inappropriately.

“Videos circulating on social media have shown people flashing their naked body parts, showing pornographic videos, and mocking 9/11,” reports Business Insider.

Insider notes some drunk Dublin residents pretended to snort cocaine, while others held images of pornography and the smoldering Twin Towers up to the camera.

However, influencer and OnlyFans creator Ava Louise’s tawdry stunt was the final straw after she flopped out her bare breasts and bounced them vigorously for people watching in Dublin.

“So I just got the Portal from New York City to Dublin shut down,” Louise said in a TikTok video, adding, “I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see my two New York homegrown potatoes.”

The art installation’s shut down over indecency even prompted a comment from billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, who commented, “Inevitable” to a compilation showing various Portal misdeeds.

The Dublin City Council released a statement condemning the inappropriate behavior, noting that the majority of interactions were positive, and announced plans to implement guidelines to prevent future misuse of the streaming technology, aiming to bring the project back online by the end of the week.

“The overwhelming majority of interactions are positive,” the city council wrote in a statement this week.

“The Portal offers a window to other cities and is connecting people and cultures in a unique manner – what we are seeing between Dublin and NY is reflective of a wider narrative of cultural behavior. Unfortunately, we have also been witnessing a very small minority of people engaged in inappropriate behavior, which has been amplified through social media.

“While we cannot control all of these actions, we are implementing some technical solutions to address this and these will go live in the next 24 hours.

“We will continue to monitor the situation over the coming days with our partners in New York to ensure that [the Portals Organization] continue to deliver a positive experience for both cities and the world.”



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