Topless Argentina fans reached home without any arrest
It has been confirmed that the two Argentine supporters who made headlines around the world for their topless celebration of their team’s World Cup triumph in Qatar have returned home safely.
The two, now known as “The Topless Girls,” nearly broke the law by bucking Qatari custom, which forbids women to wear attire that reveals too much skin.
But officials either didn’t notice or chose to overlook them, and now they’ve both shared photos of themselves enjoying the country after the final. Quilmes, Argentina native Noe claimed to have had “the trip of her life” and even shared a selfie of herself on a plane back home.
Noe posted a video of Messi and the rest of the Argentine team celebrating their amazing penalty shootout victory over France, as well as several photos of herself outside the stadium waving the blue and white Argentine flag.
For her loved ones “who always support me with messages and thoughts… to convey their pride and good wishes,” Noe said the flag was “dedicated.”
“And I dedicate this flag to you my friends, family and all the people of Quilmes and the southern zone who always support me with messages and such beautiful words for expressing their pride and good wishes that I know they do from the bottom of their hearts! My whole life is in QUILMES…
“I am proud to have been born in the city of beer… From Ezpeleta-Quilmes to the world.”
In a third post, commenting on the World Cup, she wrote: “Finished the best trip of my life.”
Football supporters were forewarned that they would be expected to adhere to Qatar’s conservative culture throughout the tournament.
The Qatar Tourism Authority has made it clear that visitors should not wear apparel that is too exposing out in public.
Perhaps in response to her detractors, she added, “PS whoever is world champion celebrates as they want.”