Glamorous poker player who suffered repeated ‘wardrobe malfunctions' apologises and vows to not 'slip up' again | The Sun
A POKER player who suffered repeated wardrobe malfunctions during a game, which turned out to be a prank, has apologised.
Sashimi, who is known for her exploits on YouTube, took part in a live stream event called "Max Pain Monday" last week.
During the game, she appeared to suffer repeated nip-slips while competing next to her other opponents.
But it turned out that she was actually wearing fake prosthetic breasts as part of a joke to distract her competitors.
The YouTuber has now shared a story on Instagram dubbed 'I apologise about last week' in which she issued a pun-laden apology regarding the incident.
Sashimi said: "I'm sorry for my little slip up last week.
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"It's easy to lose track of what's going on when you are just hanging out.
"I promise to nip that behaviour in the bud. And I will keep you all abreast of future wardrobe choices.
"Thank you. By the way, it's not fake."
Sashimi's wardrobe malfunction created much awkwardness around the table.
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Even the poker commentator was taken by surprise as he swiftly picked up on the incident.
He could be heard saying: "Sashimi, come on, please.
"I'm looking away from the screen right now – are you, guys? Sashimi, come on, please."
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