Spanish model and actress Clara Galle went viral the week after she went braless to a soccer match, and she has since slammed fans for “making her breasts the only subject of the game.”
Galle, 21, attended Osasuna the league home clash against Seville Saturday, but her presence as a guest of her local club caused a stir among supporters. Galle, who has 4 million followers on Instagram, is best known for her role as Raquel in Through My Window.
Born in Pamplona, Galle is an Osasuna fan and revealed she has been going to watch matches at El Sadar since she was a child. She was photographed walking onto the pitch and was on the pitch before kick-off, with Osasuna posting the photos on their various social media pages.
But what was supposed to be a poignant day for Galle saw her lash out at fans for their comments about her outfit that left little to the imagination. And she was left furious when she claimed fans had made her “boobs the only subject” of the game.
She said on Instagram: “I’ve been going to El Sadar to see my team since I was little. Yesterday was a beautiful day and they couldn’t have treated me better.
“From here, I want to thank you again. Thank you. However, given the comments I have read, I feel that I must react.
“When I got dressed before coming on the field, I didn’t think my nipples were going to be talked about so much.
“If I notice it, it’s because I have it. I have never seen such a massacre when a player from any team takes off his jersey on the pitch. I have a clear conscience, I don’t Do nothing wrong by not wearing a swimsuit.bra.
“It doesn’t bother me that they say I wore the two points they didn’t win, it bothers me that my breasts are the only subject, among many more interesting ones that there are, including many choose to speak about.
“It seems we haven’t learned anything from the last few weeks.”
A lackluster match ended goalless with just five shots on target between the two teams. Osasuna finished the weekend in 11th place while Sevilla were 17th, but the Europa League winners bounced back with a 5-1 midweek win over Almeria, seeing them climb to 13th place.