I was offered £18k to let guy touch my ink – hes sexually attracted to tatts

Model and Miss Bumbum World, Nathy Kihara, often gets outlandish proposals.

However, she has opened up about one unusual one in particular.

The stunner, who boasts 809,000 followers on Instagram, says she was offered a cool £25,000 (£18,000) by one fan to touch her tattoos.

She said the guy was a stigmatophile – which is a person who is sexually attracted to tattoos.

Nathy's tattoos include a large, intricate inking down her back, as well as a rose tattoo on her thigh, along with hip and arms tatts.

Commenting on the request, Nathy said: "It was the most weird request ever I have received it to this day.

"I've received a lot of strange proposals, but I've never heard of this one.

"I didn't know what stigmatophilia was until this proposal, he actually introduced me to this concept."

She added: "He gave me all the details and the story of how he realised he was a stigmatophile.

"I think he believed that sharing personal information would help getting me to accept the offer."

Nathy posed for a series of lingerie shots to show off her figure and tattoos – including a racy topless photo.

The 34-year-old shot to fame after she was crowned Miss Bumbum World in September last year.

She won the title just four months after giving birth to her daughter Luna.

Talking about being the first new mum to win the title of the most beautiful butt on Earth, Nathy said at the time: "I am honoured to be able to represent and encourage many mums who suffer from self-esteem issues around the world."

According to the model, her bum measures 96cm and claims she's never had any plastic surgery to increase her glutes.

Talking about her booty, the model revealed: "My butt is totally natural. I train a lot in order to maintain my body."

Nathy also previously hit headlines last month as she claimed she gets 'bullied for being too hot'.

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