Ex-Miss Universe provokes anger when walking through Tulum after the “curfew”

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Olivia Culpo is in Tulum working, but she has taken time to marvel at the splendor of this place.

TULUM.— Former Miss Universe 2012, Olivia Culpo, set the comments on social networks; first, by showing off her bikini photos for a magazine and, later, by the anger caused by an alleged night walk in Tulum, Quintana Roo, where there is a “curfew” due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The magazine “Sports Illustrated” presented the recent images of the session that was made on Mexican beaches. However, the emotion at the exit of the images contrasted with a reaction on social networks regarding the photos that Olivia shared from her visit to Tulum, Mexico.

She is seen outside, in the hotel zone, in a black minidress. The area where the captures were made aroused suspicions that she left after the “curfew” in Tulum, which is 11 pm, the time at which it is advisable to stop activities to avoid contagion by coronavirus.

Even a store in Tulum published the photos with the phrase: “#MakeOliviaFollowCurfew” (“Make Olivia respect the curfew”). However, the model responded to the criticism and after saying that her feelings were hurt, she showed on her Instagram that the images were taken before the appointed time.

From January to June 2021, around 1,300 tourists have tested positive for Covid in Quintana Roo; contagions prevail in people between 20 and 35 years old, which is why the government has seen the need to resort to more rigorous measures.

It should be noted that Olivia Culpo was one of the main guests of the Bvlgari Resort Riviera Maya collection by Bvlgari, inspired by this Mexican destination and which will be available for the first time at the Azulik Hotel.

The collection is accompanied by a Trunk Show that will be available from July 15 to 19 at the Zak Ik boutique within the renowned hotel, where Olivia was captured walking barefoot to enjoy the scenery surrounded by water that completely astonished her.

Source: yucatan.com.mx

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