Gina Stewart’s social media posts have earned her the title ‘The World’s Hottest Grandma’.
But the 48-year-old risked being banned from Instagram on Thursday when she revealed a little too much during a beach photo shoot.
Posing near her apartment in Surfers Paradise, the mother-of-four appeared to break the website’s anti-nudity policy by wearing a fishnet dress.
Has the World’s Hottest Grandma gone too far? Gina Stewart risked an Instagram ban on Thursday after stripping down for a beach photo shoot in Surfers Paradise
Gina, who hails from Queensland, was not wearing a bikini or bra underneath her barely-there dress.
As a result her nipples were partially visible, which is a ‘community guidelines’ violation that could see her banned from Instagram.
She captioned the photos: ‘Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality is.’
Naughty! Gina was not wearing a bikini or bra underneath her fishnet dress. As a result her nipples were partially visible, which could be a violation of Instagram’s community guidelines
‘Today’s photo shoot at the Surfers Paradise Beach where you will more than likely spot a celebrity or one of your favourite social media influencers,’ she added.
In the past, some of Gina’s photos have been deleted by Instagram for being too suggestive.
After one of her snaps was removed earlier this year, she told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Yes, Instagram removed it because it said it did not comply with their guidelines.’
Famous: Gina’s social media posts have earned her the title ‘The World’s Hottest Grandma’
According to Instagram’s terms and conditions, ‘photos [and] videos that show sexual intercourse, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks’ are not allowed.
Images that feature exposed female nipples are also frequently removed.
There has been some resistance to this censorship, however, with some feminists claiming it is sexist because male nipples allowed to be shown.
Too hot for social media? In the past, some of Gina’s photos have been deleted by Instagram for being too suggestive