A Playboy model, who rose to fame after getting a huge fine for posing for selfies in a cockpit, has strutted around New York with a dress made of money.
Vicky Xipolitakis encouraged strangers to rip off the cash and keep it in a bizarre publicity stunt.
The 31-year-old was filmed walking around the the US city’s subway dressed in the unusual outfit and asked people to rip notes from it as she passed.
She said she wanted to give back to others and decided to hand money to commuters in the city.
She said: “As I was travelling a lot and it was a long time ago that I had volunteered I told myself: ‘I have to do it in New York.’
“I went to the metro, that I think it is the most poor part of the city.
“I dressed up with a dress covered with banknotes so that people could grab what they needed”.
The model, whose boyfriend lives in the city, added: “Life gave me a lot, now it is time to do something from my side… money for everybody… the homeless, people on the subway.”
Some months ago, Vicky talked about her wish of setting up a foundation to help vulnerable people.
She rose to fame after taking selfies in the cockpit of a plane and even boasted that she had helped fly the aircraft, which was on route from Buenos Aires to Rosarios in central Argentina.
The pin-up then posted pictures of herself wearing a white, tight fitting top with her arms around both pilots in the cockpit.
It was later revealed she had been allowed to stay inside the cockpit for the whole of the flight, including during landing.
The blonde stunner was ordered to pay a fine of 20,000 ARS (about £1,000) and was given 18 months of community service as punishment.
The pilots, Patricio Zocchi Molina and Federico Matias Soaje, from airline Austral, were sacked from their jobs after the 36 passengers onboard threatened legal action against the airline.