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OnlyFans model flashes Dublin-New York portal leading to temporary shutdown

A 24/7 livestream between Dublin and New York was temporarily switched off after videos went viral showing flashing, swearing and people showing images of the Twin Towers burning on 9/11.

Since being activated on 8 May, videos have been shared on social media of people using the video livestream in ways not intended by the designers or local authorities behind the project.

OnlyFans model Ava Louise posted a video of herself lifting up her top and showing her breasts to the portal with her naked back facing the New York City crowd.

"I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see my two New York homegrown potatoes," Louise said.

The stream appeared to shutdown after Louise was caught flashing Dublin.

In another video, a man held up his phone to the screen, showing a video of the World Trade Center towers burning and billowing with black smoke during the 9/11 attack.

Another video showed a woman being dragged away from the portal by police after grinding against the screen.

"Basically she was there for about 20 minutes very drunk and was slapping and grinding against the portal before guards stepped in," the person who filmed it explained.

Dublin City Council says it is working on 'technical solutions' to address 'inappropriate behaviour'.

“We are delighted to connect Dublin with New York which we share a deep historical and cultural bond with,” says Lord Mayor of Dublin, Daithí de Róiste, after the portal launched to a crowd of hundreds of people in Dublin on 8 May.

“From July the Dublin Portal will also connect to other global city destinations in Poland, Brazil and Lithuania.”

The main idea behind the portal is connection. It was given the green light in Dublin as part of the city’s recent designation as European City of Smart