Faye Winter has stripped off and bared her bum in a see-through outfit as she supported a new campaign to save dogs.
The Love Island bombshell stunned fans by flashing her pert bottom in a black thong, and sensational legs in sheer tights. Not to leave her top half out of the party, she ditched the bra and protected her modesty with a tight white crop top.
The braless top showed off Faye's incredible abs as she posed up a storm flinging her arms in the air and closing her eyes. Faye ditched her bra and almost let it all hang out for a campaign to protect a dog breed.
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The Love Island star posed in support of the controversial XL Bully dogs after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak confirmed the breed would be banned by the end of the year. Faye, who is rumoured to return Love Island as the All Stars series kicks off next month, worked the camera with some smouldering looks and swept half of her blonde locks into a simple up-do.
XL Bullys have been reported to have been responsible for nine deaths, including three children, since 2021. But Faye has previously spoken out about the ban and said the breed is being unfairly targeted due to their appearance.
Discussing why she thinks the dogs are being misjudged, she wrote alongside her campaign pictures: "I got naked in Trafalgar Square for the whales, I’ll be sure to get my bum out for killing all XL Bully’s in rescue centres on the 31st of December because of physical characteristics. The irony of them being called rescue centres, the people that work or volunteer there do so for the love of animals as do our vets, veterinary nurses and receptionists.
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"They are now going to be told they have to put down healthy, innocent dogs. I’m sorry you’ve also been dragged into this for choosing a profession you thought would be helping and saving animals, just goes to show mental health is still not seen, heard or understood even though it took 5,275 lives in 2022… we have 14 days."
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak vowed in a video posted on X, formerly Twitter, to bring in new laws by the end of the year, and to work "fast" to protect the public: "These dogs are dangerous and I want to reassure the public we will take all the necessary steps to keep them safe. It's clear this is not about a handful of badly trained dogs, it's a pattern of behaviour and it cannot go on."
The PM said the breed will be outlawed under the Dangerous Dogs Act following a spate of terrifying attacks and that he shared the nation's "horror" at several videos showing vicious bites in recent days, including of children. He has ordered officials to work on defining the dangerous breed so it can be banned under the existing Dangerous Dogs Act.
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