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Perth influencer Em Davies slips her frame into a VERY risqué mesh bikini

Perth-based influencer Em Davies isn’t afraid to flash the flesh when it comes to racy Instagram photos.

And on Wednesday, the 26-year-old did just that as she unleashed her curves in one of her most revealing looks to date.

The stunning blonde donned the outrageously skimpy Gigi two-piece in a short video, which featured gaping cut-outs and a bra which outlined her ample assets.

Would YOU wear this bikini? Perth-based influencer Em Davies isn’t afraid to flash the flesh when it comes to racy Instagram photos. And on Wednesday, the 26-year-old did just that as she unleashed her curves in one of her most revealing looks to date

In the footage, Em sauntered around her bathroom while showing off her tiny waist and never-ending pins, which were emphasised by the string detailing on the high-waisted bottoms.

‘This kini deserves a feed post,’ she captioned the post, tagging the brand @godsavequeens_official in the process.

Naturally, her video caused quite the stir on social media – with fans rushing to the comments section to tell her how incredible she looked.

‘Stunning!’ one wrote, while another commented: ‘Holy… that is epic’.

Flashing the flesh: The stunning blonde donned the outrageously skimpy Gigi two-piece in a video, which featured mesh cut-outs and a bare which outlined her ample assets

Flashing the flesh: The stunning blonde donned the outrageously skimpy Gigi two-piece in a video, which featured mesh cut-outs and a bare which outlined her ample assets

Stunning: In the footage, Em sauntered around the room while showing off her tiny waist and never-ending pins, which were emphasised by the string detailing on the high-waisted bottoms

Stunning: In the footage, Em sauntered around the room while showing off her tiny waist and never-ending pins, which were emphasised by the string detailing on the high-waisted bottoms

Married at First Sight star Martha Kalifatidis added: ‘Sorry’.

Em hit headlines earlier this year, after she angrily hit back after copping public backlash for an apparent breach of coronavirus lockdown rules in WA. 

She sparked online outrage when she uploaded an Instagram photo of her Apple Watch following a 7.33km coastal walk, just one day into stay at home orders enforced by the Western Australian government.

Perth was plunged into a five day lockdown in January after a quarantine hotel security guard contracted highly-contagious UK variant of the virus.

An Instagram story off Emily’s device revealed the walk took 77 minutes, which indicated she exceeded the one hour outdoor exercise limit by 17 minutes.

'This kini deserves a feed post,' she captioned the post, tagging the brand @godsavequeens_official in the process

‘This kini deserves a feed post,’ she captioned the post, tagging the brand @godsavequeens_official in the process

Controversy: Em hit headlines earlier this year, after she angrily hit back after copping public backlash for an apparent breach of coronavirus lockdown rules in WA

Controversy: Em hit headlines earlier this year, after she angrily hit back after copping public backlash for an apparent breach of coronavirus lockdown rules in WA

Popular Instagram account Celeb Spellcheck was quick to spot the apparent lockdown breach and shared the photo to their 99,400 followers, sparking an outpouring of online outrage towards the self-proclaimed YouTuber.

The online backlash prompted an angry response from Emily, who insisted she did nothing wrong and didn’t breach lockdown rules.

She hit back online to set the record straight to her 373,000 followers and said there was a simple explanation as to why her walk took more than a hour.

She also said the Instagram Story of her Apple watch, which was later deleted, was taken out of context.

‘This morning I did my hourly exercise outside of the house. This lasted no longer than 1 hour and was within the allowed 5km radius (3.5km there and back),’ she wrote.

Causing a stir: Emily sparked online outrage when she uploaded an Instagram photo of her Apple Watch following a 7.33km coastal walk, just one day into stay at home orders enforced by the Western Australian government

Causing a stir: Emily sparked online outrage when she uploaded an Instagram photo of her Apple Watch following a 7.33km coastal walk, just one day into stay at home orders enforced by the Western Australian government 

‘I also stopped off at a cafe (Yelo) to buy takeaway. My Apple Watch was running the whole time. At no stage did I breach the lockdown restrictions that have been imposed.’

She added that she took the current lockdown restrictions very seriously and always complied with advice from government authorities.

‘It’s really disappointing and upsetting to have something like this completely taken out of context,’ she wrote.

Response: Davies said she hadn’t done anything wrong and claimed she was taken out of context

She then uploaded an Instagram story of what appeared to be a $12 receipt confirming her $12 takeaway lunch purchase at popular seaside eatery Yelo Cafe in Trigg.

‘This is where I stopped for everyone in my dms’ she captioned the photo.

Emily also took a swipe at a media outlet which reported on the apparent breach.

‘Stop being so quick to jump to conclusions. Foul,’ she wrote.

Taking it seriously: Emily added she took the current lockdown restrictions very seriously and always complied with advice from government authorities

Taking it seriously: Emily added she took the current lockdown restrictions very seriously and always complied with advice from government authorities

The influencer is no stranger to online controversy.

Emily shared a joke video of herself on Instagram last year following a New Year’s Eve gathering, where she pretended to snort a white powder with friends.

In the footage, she was seen lifting a non-illegal substance from a small piece of paper to her nose, guided by a tiny metal spoon.

The influencer was then seen laughing at the camera, before saying: ‘Yeah, the boys!’

It’s understood the video was recorded as a private and personal joke and that Ms Davies wasn’t doing anything illegal at the time.

More headlines: Emily (pictured) shared a joke video of herself on Instagram following a New Year’s Eve gathering, where she pretended to snort a non-illegal white powder with pals

More headlines: Emily (pictured) shared a joke video of herself on Instagram following a New Year’s Eve gathering, where she pretended to snort a non-illegal white powder with pals

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