RISQUE BUSINESS: Topless Argentina fan risks jail time by flaunting bare breasts to celebrate World Cup win

The Argentine fan went a little too far in her World Cup celebration, risking jail time in Qatar (Twitter/@king5j30)

LUSAIL, QATAR: Argentina's dramatic victory over France was widely celebrated by their fans right after they won the match. However, one female Argentina supporter was seen going topless to celebrate the victory inside the Lusail Stadium. The fan risked arrest in conservative Qatar while taking her World Cup celebrations a little too far.

As the cameras inside the stadium were recording the celebration of the Argentina supporters after Gonzalo Montiel's penalty kick, one of the blonde fan, gave the cameras a little more than they had anticipated. The woman is seen at the bottom of the screen going topless, flashing her breasts to the world. Fans were forewarned that they would need to follow Qatar's strict, traditional customs in the run-up to the tournament. "Visitors (men as well as women) are expected to show respect for the local culture by avoiding excessively revealing clothing in public," the Qatar Tourism Authority noted. "It is generally recommended for men and women to ensure their shoulders and knees are covered." Watch the video HERE.


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Women are not allowed to display any cleavage or wear any exposing apparel in the conservative country of Qatar. Non-Qatari women are exempt from wearing the abaya, a long, black garment that nearly covers the entire body. However, visitors must ensure that their tops cover their shoulders and midriff, and their skirts, dresses, and pants must cover their knees.


Gonzalo Montiel's penalty kick that sent Hugo Lloris the wrong way helped Argentina win the world cup in Qatar. The Albiceleste achieved their goal the hard way, keeping France off the field for the first half, and winning 2-0. Argentina held the lead until Kylian Mbappe brought France back into the game.

Even Lionel Messi couldn't stop Mbappe from scoring twice in three minutes, as Mbappe added a third goal for France after the 35-year-old thought he had sealed the victory for Argentina. Emiliano Martinez's valiant efforts, which included stopping Kingsley Coman and manipulating Aurelien Tchouameni to miss the ball wide, helped Argentina win the game on penalties.


Emiliano Martinez and Lionel Messi of Argentina celebrate after the team's victory in the penalty shoot-out during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 quarter final match. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The South Americans struggled to control their excitement as Montiel's game-winning penalty set off wild celebrations in Buenos Aires, on the field, and among the fans. Argentina defeated France tonight in an outstanding soccer match that displayed Argentina's finesse and unstoppable abilities.