Myleene Klass has hit out at Instagram after a video she shared was removed twice from the social media site.
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The TV presenter blasted the site for taking down a clip of her appearing with three topless women from Mogmog Island in the Western Pacific.
The 37-year-old is currently on the island filming a new documentary called ‘Singing In The Rainforest’, which will see her composing music with the indigenous tribe.
After the video was removed twice from her official Instagram page, Myleene hit out at the site for censoring the image.
"Twice this has been removed!” she wrote. “This is not offensive, derogatory to women, sexually explicit.
“It's 3 (amazing) women teaching me what their ancestors taught them, a song about being fearless for a programme aimed not only for us to musically collaborate but to equally celebrate and learn from each others cultures."
These women are amazing as they are and proud of their bodies as they feed and raise the children on the island and are free and beautiful. Sadly our culture sees something wrong with this and my pics have been removed. It is natural, not sexual or offensive. Please when you watch #SIngingintherainforest, tape up the upper half of your tv so as not to feel shock at what every second person has...a brain.
On her third attempt, Myleene posted an image of her with the three women, but chose to cover their breasts with stars.
It’s not the first time Instagram's censorship policy has caused issues for users of its site.
Topless images of women are regularly removed from the site, including breastfeeding pictures.
The Free The Nipple Campaign, which is supported by the likes of Cara Delevingne and Miley Cyrus, has long campaigned for Instagram to change it's policy when it comes to female nudity.