Mexico City - A Mexican political party has come under fire for bringing out topless women in body paint at a campaign event promoting women's rights ahead of weekend elections.
The four women appeared at Tuesday's event in Mexico City wearing white pants and turquoise paint over their breasts and stomachs - the colours of the small New Alliance Party.
The word “free yourself” was painted in their backs, under a drawing of an unfastened bra.
They stood alongside New Alliance leader Luis Castro, who smiled and applauded in front of a banner reading “For the Women and Girls of Mexico City.”
The party, an ally of the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in Congress, was closing its campaign for seats on a constitutional assembly for the capital.