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Woman Claiming To Be Frontliner Goes Topless In Times Square To ‘Relieve Stress’

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A topless lady wearing a reflective cat-like headgear was seen in Times Square on Monday. Strapped in a pair of thigh-high boots, the female held onto a kitchen knife while striking poses in the middle of the streets as a form of performance art.

According to the New York Post, the mysterious bare-skinned female identified herself as a physician assistant in a New York City hospital and said she had decided to “mix art and costumes to relieve [her] stress.”

The woman divulged that she had been working in the hospital for the past six weeks and witnessed a lot of deaths as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, so she wanted to blow off steam.

The Stuggle is real! 🤦‍♀️ medical worker blows off steam in Times Square https://t.co/QozjLsSJUz pic.twitter.com/OYAXlQovFC

— Karli Q ⭐️⭐️⭐️ - Text TRUMP to 88022 (@KarluskaP) May 4, 2020

2020 is a beast. pic.twitter.com/17YHSpgg6h

— Nolite (@deiustitiaadrem) May 5, 2020

[via New York Post, cover image via Shutterstock]