Scout’s honour should make Bruce ballistic

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IOL Scout Scout Willis on her protest against Instagram

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter walked around New York City completely topless on Tuesday.

The former couple's second eldest child, Scout Willis, posted several photographs of herself wearing just a skirt and sandals on the streets of Manhattan on Twitter to protest Instagram's nudity policy after her account was suspended.

She captioned one shot: "Legal in NYC but not on Instagram," and another: "What @Instagram won't let you see #FreeTheNipple"

She told her followers that she was boycotting the photo-sharing site after it removed one of her photos - of a sweatshirt she designed, The Babe Bomber, featuring two topless women - for violating its Community Guidelines.

The 22-year-old aspiring singer also tweeted: "If you don't like what you see, simply unfollow me.

"My comfort with my body should not be dictated by how others perceive me. However, I don't wish to force this view on anyone."

She also pleaded to Instagram: "Can I please just have all my photos back??? I won't even have an account anymore I just want my photos!"

'Diehard' star Bruce, who also has daughters, Rumer, 25, and Tallulah, 20, with Demi, as well as Mabel, two, and three-week old Evelyn with wife Emma Heming-Willis, is unlikely to be happy about Scout's protest.

A source previously revealed he was "mortified" after he saw pictures of Rumer showing a lot of skin at a red carpet event.

The insider said: "Bruce was mortified. As every knows, he's actually a very conservative guy and doesn't like to see his daughter parading around in next to nothing."


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