Rihanna's topless Diamonds world tour poster censored by unhappy Dubliners who have pinned DRESSES to her boobs

Rihanna's topless Diamonds world tour posters have been censored by the people of Dublin. Yes, really.

Rihanna's topless album cover for Unapologetic has been censored by a member of the public in Dublin. Copyright …


The posters across the city - showing Rihanna with her boobs out but nipples covered - have fallen victim to an odd form of graffiti.

Unhappy with the amount of skin on display, city folk have decided to cover up Rihanna from the armpits down by pinning DRESSES to the posters.

Yes, dresses.


Several billboards across the city have been subject to the alterations, with an array of different colour cloths and old frocks draped across them.

We're surpised no one has nicked the dresses on the Rihanna billboards, if we're honest. Copyright [@CharleneL …

We're surpised no one has nicked the dresses on the Rihanna billboards, if we're honest. Copyright [@CharleneL …


One Dublin-based user, @punkyscudmonkey, tweeted a snap of one of the billboards, adding: "Somebody has stapled a dress on to this Rihanna poster on Church St. Well done, you complete nutcase."

While another, @charlenelydon, wrote: "North King Street, Dublin says a resounding NO to Rihanna's boobs!"

And while Rihanna is yet to respond to the censorship, it'll probably fall on deaf ears after her topless shenanigans in 2011.

Rihanna's original Unapologetic image for her Diamonds tour poster shows a LOT of boob.


The 25-year-old singer caused some serious chaos when she was snapped frolicking topless in a field just outside Dublin, upsetting several farmers in the area who asked for the "inappropriate filming" to be stopped.

The protests are unlikely to deter Rihanna from gratuitous displays of nudity, especially as her Instagram account has been known to feature several strip club outings and topless antics.


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Fri, Oct 12, 2012 11:00 BST