Playboy model says ‘do you like view’ as she risks slip in plunging red dress

British Playboy model Nina Woolley certainly knows how to impress her thousands of Instagram fans as she rocked a plunging dress that didn’t leave much to the imagination

A Playboy model teased fans as she risked a wardrobe malfunction in an extreme plunging dress.

Nina Woolley, 29, has been on covers of the iconic glamour magazine and has jetted off to Sєxy shoots across the globe.

But this time, the British bombshell is making hearts race on Instagram.

The blonde beauty decided to share a series of seriously sultry snaps – but she had one very important question to ask her fans.

As Nina posed on a Newcastle rooftop with the Tyne Bridge in the background she asked, “do you like the view?”

Although, it’s clear that the skyline was the last thing on her fans’ minds.

Nina donned a skin-тιԍнт maxi dress that revealed her busty chest, barely covered her nipples and flashed part of her torso.

She finished the daring look with a glam makeup look that accentuated her luscious lips.

The model shared that she was celebrating the 10 year birthday of natural aesthetics brand, Novellus.

In awe of the view of Nina, many people fled to the comments to shower the stunner in compliments.

One fan commented: “Beautiful as always.”

Another swooned: “Great view and beautiful.”

While a third voiced: “Like all views of you.”

Someone else expressed: “Really very beautiful darling.”

Meanwhile, a fifth gushed: “Wow H๏τtie.”

And this fan said: “Absolutely!! I wish you were mine.”

Previously, Nina exclusively revealed to us that she was once bullied over her looks.

The model shared that schoolground bullies teased her for her appearance and her above average height.

But, it’s certain that she’s got the last laugh.

She has been modelling for over 10 years and has visited exotic locations like The Bahamas through her lucrative job.

“Honestly, I love telling people I’ve been a Playboy Bunny,” Nina exclusively told to us.

“It’s my biggest achievement.

“I was always told I should never model that I’m not ‘pretty enough’, ‘tall enough’, ‘skinny enough’ or whatever.

“And I just thought I’m going to do it anyway.

“It was the high school girls saying that – they were mean, they were the worst.”