A sizzling-hot video shows the inked body of a German influencer who is having a Nazi tattoo removed from her crotch – after accidentally getting the design as a teen.
Jill Hardener is 31 and boasts more than 1.8 million followers on Instagram.
In the cheeky clip, she wears just a semi-transparent black bra and knickers as she moves a camera over every single angle of her body.
The sexy tattoo model then pulls her skimpy knickers to the side to show off more of her crotch and the inkings on her voluptuous bum.
When Jill was just “16 or 17” years old, she got a tattoo of an “imperial eagle” on her crotch, not knowing its dark history.
The only problem is that it was not just any imperial eagle.
What she did not realise is that it was the Nazi version used by the Third Reich, and not the one by the Roman Empire, for example.
Jill said all along that she did not know this and after years of the tattoo causing her problems, she has decided to have it removed in a series of surgical operations since laser ops failed to get rid of it.
She told German newspaper Bild: “When I was 16 or 17 I saw an imperial eagle on the belly of a friend.
“I liked the motif and never thought about the meaning.”
The Imperial Eagle dates back to the Roman Empire.
As a symbol, different versions have been used by emperors, republics and cities.
But the giant eagle on Hardener’s crotch is the Nazi version – but with the swastika in the oak wreath missing.
When she started using Instagram in 2015, she received a lot of criticism for her tattoo, as well as threats.
She said: “My pictures were stolen, retouched and uploaded to right-wing and left-wing extremist websites.”
She also said it was hard to find work, adding: “Magazines did not want to work with me, I was not invited to events.
“I had completely the wrong image.”
At first, Jill tried to hide the tattoo, but later she decided she just wanted to get rid of it due to its controversial associations.
After five unsuccessful laser attempts, she is now going under the knife so a surgeon can cut it out in two operations.
She added: “I am not and never was a Nazi!”
Jill previously sparked controversy by wearing coronavirus face masks as homemade skimpy underwear during the pandemic.
She also got serious attention by sharing an underboob photo of her racy BSDM tattoo.