A woman's relaxing holiday took a rather embarrassing turn after she suffered a wardrobe malfunction while swimming in a bikini.
Posting a video on TikTok account @katiewaltham, the woman is seen taking a dip during a trip to Dunn's River Falls in Jamaica.
A friend films her as she wades through a shallow part of the falls, smiling and seemingly enjoying her day with her patterned bikini bottoms completely visible to the camera.
The woman then moves deeper into the water until her bottom half is submerged in the water, letting a waterfall cascade over her body.
Whilst enjoying the cool off the woman then starts to panic as the force of the waterfall removes her bikini bottoms.
"When you lose your bikini bottoms in one of the waterfalls at Dunn's River," the woman captioned the video alongside a facepalm emoji.
Followers laughed at the woman's misfortune as they took to the comments on her TikTok video.
"I didn’t lose mine," one said next to a cry laughing emoji.
"What did you do? I'm afraid that I'm going next week," another sympathised.
"Just wear a one-piece," a third suggested.
"We didn't see anything..." a follower assured the woman.
Model risks bikini malfunction in skimpy photoshoot
The woman's hilarious video emerges as a model risked her own bikini malfunction as she posed in a racy swimsuit in the snow.
Wearing a baby blue two-piece from Fashion Nova, Brittany Belle's bikini crop top had a slit across the bottom of her cleavage which highlighted her chest area. The thong bikini bottoms were even racier, with two strips of material crossing over her stomach before dipping down in a small V-shape.
Customers however warned other shoppers on the manufacturer's website that there’s a potential for a wardrobe malfunction in the sultry set.
“Loved this swim set, but the colour is darker than in the picture. If I lift my arms up my boobs pop out and I am a B cup,” one warned.
“This is a sexy suit but the top rises above the boobs very easily,” another wrote.
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