International model does NUDE yoga on street

Ivana even shared a saucy naked photo of herself on her balcony on social media.

An international model Ivana Hunjak performed nude yoga on the streets. Surprised? Here's the catch.

She basically performed a social experiment to notice people's reaction with the help of body paint. Yes, the Ivana got her body painted with a denim coloured track suit which seemed as if she is actually wearing one. Don't believe us? Check out the video yourself.

Isn't it interesting?

the passers-by were being asked whether they noticed any difference in her yoga outfit, to which all of them looked baffled.

Well, it is not the only time the model has tried something like this, recently, she even staged the stunt at her flat in the croatian capital city of zagreb where she went outside completely naked and smiled at people passing-by. Ivana then tried to engage them in conversation as if it was the most natural thing in the world.

She said that she had wanted to investigate the difference between the way people acted in real life and how they behaved on social media. Ivana even shared a saucy naked photo of herself on her balcony on social media.

She said her experiment confirmed her suspicions what people acted shyly when they saw her in the flesh whereas they were more forthcoming on social media.

People took to her instagram to react to the unorthodox investigation. One commented: "i love it”, while another said: "so beautiful.” A fan couldn’t contain his excitement, adding: “perfect and beautiful body."

Ivana, a journalist according to local media, said she could understand why people acted the way they did. she plans more social experiments in future to further explore the way people react to nudity in different contexts.

So guys what are your thoughts on the whole experiment? Do share your comments below.

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