A Canadian model who lives in Dubai has revealed that she risked arrest by breaking the city’s strict lockdown rules to pose for a lingerie shoot.
However, the Toronto native has been unable to keep up with her raunchy photoshoots amid the coronavirus pandemic, which saw Dubai adopt some of the strictest lockdown rules.
Rebel: Canadian model Dora Rodriguez admits she risked arrest after breaking lockdown rules in Dubai – where she currently lives – to pose for a lingerie shoot in the desert
Trouble: The city’s residents are currently required to wear a face mask at all times while in public, a rule that Dora broke while posing for the magazine shoot
Phew: She admits that she saw police shortly after finishing her shoot, and ran back to her car to avoid being seen – which could have resulted in her arrest
Among the rules the UAE city adopted was a three-week period in April in which residents were unable to leave their homes without first applying for a police permit.
In recent weeks, the metropolitan city has moved to ease restrictions, however a fine of 3,000 dirhams ($800) is still in place for anyone caught not wearing a mask in public or failing to maintain social distancing.
Gatherings of more than five people are also forbidden.
Dora moved to Dubai in the middle of March, shortly before the city was hit by the pandemic, in order to sign with a modeling agency in they city – but she was only able to enjoy her new surroundings for a few weeks before Dubai went into lockdown.
Speaking to Jam Press, Dora, who has been quarantined in her hotel room for almost two months, explained how she decided to break her isolation and head to the desert to shoot a magazine cover for its fashion segment.
Reflecting on the experience, Dora described how walking down the empty streets of Dubai amid its lockdown was similar to that of a zombie apocalypse.
Lockdown: Dora moved to Dubai shortly before the city was hit by the coronavirus pandemic, and she spent more than two months stuck in her hotel room
Defense: ‘Despite coming out of isolation, I wore my mask the entire time until I reached the rehearsal site,’ Dora said
Risk versus reward: The model, who posed on the cover of Playboy South Africa in January, says that she is proud of how the photos turned out
Ghost town: Dora was shocked to see Dubai looking so empty and quiet when she finally broke out of isolation to pose for the images
‘Dubai is empty and quiet; I have never seen anything like it,’ she said.
However, amid the current coronavirus pandemic, the stunner – who appeared on the cover of Playboy South Africa in January – said she was careful to follow safety precautions and made sure to don protective gear.
‘Despite coming out of isolation, I wore my mask the entire time until I reached the rehearsal site,’ she said.
However, once she reached the location of the shoot, Dora admits that she removed her mask in order to pose for photos, and it is at this point that she was seen by local police.
Dora said she became fearful when she was spotted by police following the risqué shoot, and immediately ran back to her vehicle.
‘I thought I was going to be arrested when the police saw me on the street, I got back in the car and ran,’ the stunner said.
Thankfully, Dora avoided a confrontation and has thus far not faced any consequences for breaking lockdown rules in order to pose for the saucy photos.
Changes: The former Miss Universe finalist moved to Dubai in the middle of March in order to sign with a modeling agency
Roadblock: Just weeks after arriving in the city, Dubai went into lockdwon
Future goals: Although Dora is spending much of her time focusing on modeling, she says her dream is to one day carve out a career for herself as an actress
Fighting fit: ‘I’d love a movie role where I get to be this super feminine-looking girl who kicks butt just like the toughest guys,’ she said
In the daring desert photos, Dora can be seen flaunting her incredible figure in sexy black lingerie as she throws some sizzling hot poses amid a dazzling sunset.
Another stunning shot shows the babe clad in an eye-catching red, silky gown with daring thigh-high splits as she seductively gazes at the camera.
‘The test result was incredible, I think that when we expose our limits in photos, they get even better,’ she said of the daring snaps.
Although Dora is spending much of her time focusing on modeling, she says her dream is to one day carve out a career for herself as an actress – and prior to her move to Dubai, she was spending time in Hollywood making contacts and meeting new people.
‘I’d love a movie role where I get to be this super feminine-looking girl who kicks butt just like the toughest guys,’ she told Vocal.
‘I love Scarlet Johansson and Michelle Rodriguez because they are smart, powerful, beautiful women who aren’t afraid to get down and dirty in their roles.
‘I aspire to be like them and to be fit enough to perform my own stunts. I love talking about female empowerment but the truth is, I prefer showing you!
Source: dailymail US