““I’m not afraid of arrest” female model, ‘no exposure’ bold outfit in Qatar…“Please respect”” – The Herald Economy

On the 23rd and 28th, when the Croatia match was held at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, Ibina is taking a play pose wearing bold clothes with a red checkerboard pattern and visiting the stadium. [인스타그램]

[헤럴드경제=이원율 기자]Despite Qatar’s ban on exposure during the 2022 World Cup, a female model wears a boldly revealing costume and visits the stadium.

According to reports such as the British Daily Independent and Daily Mail on the 28th (local time), Ibina Play, a fan of the Croatian soccer team, is attracting attention online by visiting the stadium wearing clothes that are heavily exposed to Qatar.

Every time Knoll opens against Croatia, he visits the stadium wearing a red checkerboard pattern that symbolizes Croatia. In the match between Croatia and Morocco on the 23rd, she was wearing a tight-fitting long dress, and in the match between Croatia and Canada on the 28th of the same month, she was wearing a mini dress with a deep cut in the chest.

Qatar, an Islamic culture, has strict dress codes for women. This is why Knoll’s bold outfit is attracting attention.

Previously, the International Football Federation (FIFA), through discussions with Qatar, came up with a dress code, such as ▷Men should wear pants that come down to at least below the knee, and ▷Women should cover their bodies everywhere except around swimming pools and beaches.

The Qatari government said on its official website, “It is recommended to wear clothes that do not reveal the knees and shoulders in public places.”

Ibina Knoll (26), who visited the stadium wearing bold red checkerboard-patterned clothes on the 23rd and 28th, where the Croatia match was held at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, poses. [인스타그램]
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“I was shocked to hear the dress code,” Knoll told the media. “I don’t have any clothes to cover this part,” he said. You have to respect me in the dress.”

To the question, “Have you ever felt the risk of being arrested because of your clothes?”, he replied, “I’m not afraid of that kind of thing,” and “Isn’t my dress hurting someone?” “When I arrived, I was surprised that I had no problem wearing (bold) clothes,” he said.

Knoll also posted related photos on his Instagram account. She said, “It’s cool to wear the clothes you want to wear confidently,” while others said, “In Qatar, you have to follow the Qatari culture.”

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