Jaylene Cook Model causes Outrage for posing on Mt Taranaki

Jaylene Cook

Jaylene Cook, as in the model, is getting major beef after posing in her God-given suit, on Mount Taranaki

So the big deal here is not that she posed in her birthday suit, models show their goodies all the time. The issue is where Miss Cook took off her clothes.

The 25-year-old stunner was pictured naked on top of Mount Taranaki –a sacred Maori mountain in New Zealand.

The photo in question has sparked major controversy with locals branding the nude image as ‘disrespectful’ to their culture.

Cook and her photographer boyfriend went on a 7-hour hike to the top of Mount Taranaki. After getting to the top, she apparently felt the need to strip off for a photo. She captioned the image

This climb has forever changed me. I proved just how far I could push myself and I am truely proud of my accomplishment. This mountain was steep, rugged, ever changing and just pure brutal! Safe to say, I will never do it again

She can be seen wearing just her trainers, gloves and a hat as she admired the view. She and her boyfriend disagreed saying being naked is natural and not disrespectful.

 

Jaylene Cook was born in New Zealand and she currently resides on the Gold Coast in Australia. She is currently in a relationship with photographer, Josh Shaw.

During an interview, Jaylene Cook told that she first got into modeling after doing promo work for a clothing brand in her native country called, “Uptown.”

Cook was given the title of Playmate after she was featured in Playboy Mexico in January. Last September she posed in a bikini for 138 Water Campaign.

Other modeling work includes shoots with a number of men’s magazines, with the young woman making the cover of Universe 137 Magazines in April as well as featuring in FHM and Peeled Magazine.

Is safe to say the Travel Glamour Model, isn’t shy when it comes to showing off her admirable figure.

She has shared numerous photographs of her body to thousands of social media followers. She describes herself as a “plane hopper” and “adventure chaser”