A rollerskater was able to go rollerskating naked and shock the public after a talented body painter, painted a vintage outfit on her body.
A woman was able to go rollerskating NAKED after a talented body painter tricked passersby.
Body painter Paul Roustan, 41, from California, US, painted the vintage rollerskating outfit on Sawyer Croft, 23, in an attempt to trick the public into thinking she was wearing clothes.
The outfit came complete with knee high socks, green shorts and a long sleeved top.
In the video, Sawyer can be seen skating past several people who seem oblivious to the fact she is in fact naked.
Paul has been body painting for the past 16 years and often films videos of his models going out in public in an attempt to see the public reaction
Not everyone was fooled by the Rollerskater with the naked vintage outfit
He said: “I was doing illustrations for an adult magazine in 2005 and pitched the idea to paint one of the models for the photo spread using body paint – I tried it and became hooked.
“Sometimes I see a cool location and want to put someone in it and paint something relevant but normally the model’s interests inspire the work.
“I have seen Sawyer rollerskating on that strand before and I decided I had to paint her in a vintage rollerskating outfit.
“She’s a model that I have painted over 40 times after I first approached her in 2014.
“We have this intimate time together while I’m painting and we become friends”.
But not everyone was fooled by the bodypaint, as some people had to take a second look at the rollerskater to check what she was wearing.
Paul added: “Usually, people don’t notice but because Sawyer is such an incredible rollerskater, people naturally watch her as she’s doing tricks so more people tend to notice.
“It’s difficult for people to spot because it doesn’t seem possible; it’s confusing to look at.
“It can take around three hours to paint someone.
“I’m fascinated with fooling the public; I’m a bit rebellious and fearless and I like the idea of doing things that people don’t notice”