Miss Russia finalist and model Anastasia Reshetova had been attacked online by people commenting on her ‘big feet’.
Anastasia, who has 1.6 million followers on Instagram, isn’t letting cruel comments stop her from posting, and why should she?
Posting one photo of her relaxing in an orange bikini while on a boat, she wrote:
‘180 centimetres (5 ft 11 ins) of bliss.’
Unfortunately, trolls were less than kind and constantly referred to her feet as ‘flippers’ and asking whether she had ‘trouble finding shoes that fit’.
Every time Anastasia posts a photo which shows her feet, she seems to be trolled every single time – but she doesn’t (and shouldn’t) seem to care – and posted a number of photos of her wearing flippers.
Of course, where there are haters, and online trolls will find literally anything to pick on people for, it seems, there are people who have your back.
One person commenting on one of Anastasia’s photos wrote:
I have size 41 but actually 42, and it is really hard to get a nice pair of shoes for my feet. But who cares?!
Who does care?
And another added:
This is not the worst thing in the world. Haters are simply willing to find a tiny thing about you that they can nag about.
The online ‘foot gallery’, which has been published by Russian fashion magazine Women, also features model Aiza Anokhina, 32.
In the past, Aiza said she wished her shoe size was smaller. But that’s for her to decide, not online trolls.
Olga Buzova, 31, also features in the gallery. She was previously married to FC Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Dmitri Tarasov.
30-year-old Maria Pogrebnyak-Shatalova, the wife of ex-Fulham and Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak, is reportedly known for her love of ankle boots and huge platforms.
And former ballerina Anastasia Volochkova, 42, who was sacked by the Bolshoi Ballet for being ‘too fat’ is also in the gallery.
The gallery has reportedly been the topic of conversation in various internet forums where The Sun writes one user said:
Well, whatever people say there might be men crazy about women with large feet. But this still seems rather odd.
The magazine doesn’t say how big the women’s feet actually are but they all look good to me.
Regardless, their feet aren’t as big as record holder Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez’, from Venezuela, he claimed the title of ‘largest feet on a living person’ in 2015.
His feet measure a huge 40.1cm (1 ft 3.79 in -right foot) and 39.6cm (1 ft 3.59 in – left foot).
Jeison’s feet were measured on October 6, 2014, and he appeared in the Guinness World Records 2016 book.