An Instagram model has written a message on her bum to remind men to get the Covid vaccine.
Cris Galera, from Portugal, is working on a new campaign to encourage Covid-19 vaccination among men as she thinks it's "safer".
She said: "I'm looking for vaccinated men, it's safer."
Her campaign comes after a US CNN survey found that vaccination against Covid-19 in the United States has so far had nearly twice as many women as men.
Talking about this, Cris said: "This data is very worrying because it makes it clear that not all men are taking care of themselves as they should.
"Today I am afraid of meeting men who are not vaccinated and I demand the vaccination card as proof.
"I prefer those who take both doses."
As part of the campaign, Cris has stripped off to a thong and wrote "Vacine aqui", on her rear, which translates to "vaccinate here" in English.
She explained: "I know the vaccine is in the arm, but there's no way they can stop forgetting if they see my campaign in the butt."
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Cris admitted her campaign has been working already, as she added: "There was a guy who thanked me for reminding him to get the vaccine."
The stunner often shares sizzling snaps online, which often wow her 32,800 followers online.
These include snaps in her swimwear, underwear or racy outfits.
One such photo included Cris showing off her curves and tan lines in a skimpy pink bikini while posing in the ocean.
Let's hope they take just as much notice of her latest campaign as they do her racy photos!
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