Gorgeous woman posts underwear picture to inspire body positivity among fat ugly people

A STUNNING woman has posted a revealing photograph of herself in her bra and knickers to remind heffalumps to be positive about their bodies.

Striking part-time model Lauren Hewitt bared all in a brave and honest Instagram post, where she wore nothing but a smile and her designer underwear.

Hewitt said: “I was thinking about all the people out there who are scared to show off their bodies – people with cellulite, wrinkles and belly fat – and thought, hey, why not inspire them to embrace what God gave them?

“We all have body struggles. I’ve always been self-conscious of my narrow waist and blonde, flowing hair, but taking these pictures and posting them online might help someone, somewhere, feel okay with themselves.

“The response has been incredible. Over 10,000 likes in just a few days – mainly from blokes. It’s so wonderful to see them supporting the body positivity movement too.”

However friend Hannah Tomlinson said the post made her feel worse.

She said: “Lauren looks better without make-up than I do on my best day. And she claims it’s not photoshopped – just to rub salt in the f**king wound.

“I suppose it inspired me to embrace my body in the sense that I felt like such a lump after seeing it that instead of going to the gym, I stayed at home eating crisps.”

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Five nightmare people to share your daily commute with

DOES your journey to work every day mean spending time with people you’d otherwise avoid like the plague? You’ll be familiar with these.

A colleague

During the 30-minute bus journey between your house and work you put headphones on and ignore the dickheads who populate the world. The last thing you want is the chatty young marketing assistant who’s just joined your office sitting down next to you and making your work hell start half an hour early.

Your old school bully

You thought you’d escaped this absolute bastard when you left school and yet by a horrible quirk of fate here he is on the train every single morning. He still laughs and shouts ‘Alright, ginger pubes?’ each day, as if being persecuted by him for five years was a fun lark and not something that has traumatised you forever.

A one-night stand

You drunkenly shagged this woman from your office years ago, but it didn’t end well. The disdainful look she gives you on a daily basis suggests she wasn’t impressed with your performance, nor regarding it as water under the bridge and having a bit of jolly commuter camaraderie about the state of public transport these days. Awkward.

The local nutter

A bus is as good a place to be a nutter as anywhere. Unfortunately the man known locally as Mad Tony has chosen to sit next to you. You’d move, but there’s nowhere else to sit and it’d be rude when he’s in full flow about ‘transmitters’ and how the World Economic Forum controls everything. To be honest, you’re finding it a bit hard to follow, partly because he’s mad, and partly because you’re busy praying you’ll get to work before he starts on Jews.

Someone you really fancy

There’s a gorgeous woman on the tram who you just know is hilarious, intelligent and your soulmate, even though all she’s ever said to you is ‘Can you move that bag, please?’. Unfortunately you’ve got a bit carried away with the sexual side of this fantasy relationship that will absolutely never happen, and you have to get off at your stop crouched over like Quasimodo.