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Topless woman photobombs grieving family at a Texas state park

Texas woman appeals for help to track down photobomber who flashed her BREASTS as grieving family took snap in state park to remember dead relative

  • Monica Davila, of Cypress, was on a visit to the Garner State Park in Texas 
  • She took several family photos which were photobombed by a topless woman  
  • Ms Davila has now appealed for help in tracing the woman after spotting her 

The woman pictured photobombing the family

A Texas woman has appealed for help finding a photobomber who posed topless in her family photo during a trip to remember a dead family member.

Monica Davila, of Cypress, and her family visited the Garner State Park last weekend as an act of remembrance for her husband’s grandmother who died recently.

But after taking photos posing near the signpost for the park, they discovered an unwelcome guest in one of their snaps. 

On Monday Ms Davila went through the pictures and noticed the woman posing topless.

She can be seen in one of the photos standing just behind Ms Davila’s young son, and reportedly appeared in several of the shots.    

‘I just feel completely disrespected,’ Davila told Houston’s KTRK-TV.

‘I just think this person should be held accountable. What she did was wrong. There were kids there watching her.’

Ms Davila says she has now filed a report with the Uvalde Police Department and hopes to track down the woman,

A post appealing for help identifying the photobomber was widely shared on Facebook yesterday.    

‘I’ve had criticism on both sides, people are like, ‘Who cares, it’s just a boob,’ but I care,’ Davila told the station.

‘We’re trying to recreate memories,’ she added. ‘Having some chick’s boob isn’t allowing us to do that.’ 

No arrests have been made at this time.

It was unclear if police would pursue any charges against the woman in the photo if she is identified.

Monica Davila, of Cypress, and her family were on a visit to the Garner State Park at the time of the incident

Monica Davila, of Cypress, and her family were on a visit to the Garner State Park at the time of the incident


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