Wild reason a woman was banned from Bunnings for two years: ‘Police knocked on my door’
A woman has been banned from her local Bunnings over a wild stunt she pulled to promote her social media content.
Layla Kelly, 33, along with another social media creator, decided to visit her local hardware store in Porirua, New Zealand's North Island, to leave their underwear in the store 'for hardworking tradies'.
After the video of their stunt went viral and was viewed 15 million times, the police knocked on Layla's door for a 'very serious' conversation.
“It was about 9 p.m. when they knocked on my door, and my first thought was, 'Sh*t, someone's died,'” Layla said.
'But then they said, 'We need to talk to you about a video you made at Bunnings.'
Layla Kelly, 33, (pictured) was banned from Porirua Bunnings in Wellington this year over a wild stunt she pulled to promote her content
Layla went on to say that 'Bunnings saw the video, put two and two together and sent the police to issue a trespass warning'.
She assured that she was 'double layered' and took the underwear with her when she left.
“Apparently it doesn't matter that much because I'm not allowed to go back,” she complained.
Layla said she was asked to sign several trespass notices, with the threat of a hefty fine hanging over her head if she visited the store in the next two years.
However, she was relieved to reveal that she had not been charged for her indiscretion.
The blonde beauty claims she has made NZD$320,000 (AUD$297,800) in the last 12 months by selling herself on OnlyFans.
In her biggest month, she earned NZD$48,000 (AUD$47,600) for posting provocative images and videos.
She decided to visit her local hardware store with another adult content creator, where they “took off their underwear to leave them for hardworking tradies.”