A Playboy model caused quite a meltdown after a recent saucy post online.

Iryna Ivanova is no stranger to flashing the flesh as she boasts 1million followers on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Since she was chosen to be a Playboy Playmate in August 2011, the bombshell has been a fan favourite.

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Now in a jaw-dropping post online, Iryna tried slipping into a minuscule bikini – and fans loved it.

In the recent upload, the model wore a tiny top where she just about squeezed her 30GG boobs into.

She tagged her Celeb.TV page, a subscription site where people can pay to view her racy content.

She wore her luscious blonde locks in an updo with her fringe flowing down nicely by her face.

Iryna also finished the gorgeous look with dark lipstick, mascara and eyeliner.

What fans probably didn't notice is that she was wearing jeans with the look, although everyone was staring above.

Since it was posted this week, it garnered over 1,500 likes and 80 retweets with loads of comments.

One said: "Hi pretty Playmate," while another added: "Sexy."

And a third commented: "I love you," and a fourth chimed in: "Beautiful Iryna."

Iryna loves flaunting her secret weapon online as previously she risked a wardrobe malfunction in a tiny bikini.

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She wore immaculate makeup as she decided to just forget her top and wear a skimpy bikini with a pair of jeans.

It didn't take long for fans to rush to the comments section with it racking over 1,400 likes and hundreds of retweets.

Previously, the model wore nothing but sexy body tape where she flaunted her famous 30GG boobs.

She posed in front of a mirror as she showed off her jaw-dropping body in the gold tape.

And the sexy duct tape trend took over the fashion scene a number of years ago.

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