A Playboy model has shamed a Peeping Tom she claimed tried to take secret pictures of her as she took selfies on a plane wearing just a bikini.
Platinum blonde bombshell Conny Hawk stripped down to snap herself as she flew from Vienna, Austria, to Germany.
Conny, who has 400,000 Instagram followers, claims a man on the sparsely booked flight swapped seats so he could get closer to her.
Then, she told her fans, he pulled out his phone and began taking photos of her.
Conny, 33, later uploaded her images on 14th September claiming the male passenger had been ogling her.
She captioned her selfies saying: “Swipe to see the guy in the back taking photos of me. Would you do the same?”
Conny said: “I was in the business class of a flight from Vienna to Hanover to party with a friend.
“I wanted to take a few selfies for my fans, of course. So I posed a bit and took off my jacket to make it a more revealing affair.”
The model, real name Cornelia Hauk, told Viennese daily Heute on 16th September: “I then had a look to determine whether the pictures were any good.
“It was only then that I realised that someone secretly took pictures in the background.”
She added: “I found it a bit creepy.”
Conny explained: “I prefer it when people ask me for a picture. I’d have certainly made a selfie with him.
“He wasn’t brave enough. Instead, he took photos secretly.”
But she added: “At least I won a new fan.”
Reactions among her followers were mixed.
‘And_y_gram’ argued: “Wears a bikini on a plane, fake complains about the attention!”
User ‘Sebastian_Feinstein_29’ meanwhile criticised the man saying: “What a creep!”
‘IsnorMark’ asked: “What is that guy doing? I mean come on, put your earbuds on and focus on the flight, man.”
‘JorgeGoMezzr1’ commented: “A woman way too sexy like you certainly rings some bells with men.”
‘Son_of_the_Republic73’ promised: “I’d come to you and ask to get a photo with you.”
And ‘JovaineMatias’ praised Conny saying: “Perfect woman! Beautiful and intelligent.”
Conny once revealed she would have to fight off advances from up to 20 men each day.
The Playboy model explained: “I try to be nice about it, but it does make me feel uncomfortable 99 per cent of the time.
“Especially because a lot of guys are super persistent and don’t give up.
“Sometimes when I say no they start being rude and aggressive and will say things like ‘you’re ugly anyway.'”
She added: “It’ll be in grocery shops or in the gym, on the tube, just anywhere where I’m usually in a rush and don’t want to be approached.”
Conny argued: “No one wants to be chatted up when you’re doing a sweaty workout.
“It takes courage to approach a girl just like that, but they should understand when no means no.”