Instagram Model Bitten by a Pig While Trying to Take Photos With Them in The Bahamas

Recently, one of the biggest fitness stars on Instagram went to the Bahamas and visited Exuma where pigs roam and swim freely.

The Venezuela born fitness star Michelle Lewin is a body builder and fitness instructor who has over 13 million instagram followers and is known for her amazing fitness products, calendars, as well as fitness plans and apps.

This 32 year old was also recently ranked the third highest paid fitness Instagram influencer in the world in 2017, and is estimated to have earned over $4.5 million a year.

We can only imagine what that number is now.

In the same year Michelle was also named one of Forbes’ most influential fitness Instagramers, with Forbes reporting Lewin earning more than $10,000 per Instagram post.

With so much influence and earnings on the line, you could easily see why it’s important for Lewin to share only the best and most professional pieces of content with her followers.

On one of Michelle’s most recent trips to Exuma, Bahamas she visited the area where pigs roam and swim freely to have a photoshoot with these adorable pigs.

The area has been known for it’s swimming pigs for quite some time now, but has recently been made even more famous with popular models like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid having photo shoots there, such as the infamous promo video for the failed Fyre Festival.

Lewin was able to share some incredible footage of herself lounging around in the sand and swimming in the ocean with these pigs on her Instagram stories. Everything seemed to be going perfectly, until one pig decided to bite off more than it could chew.

The fitness star shared a video to her Instagram page showing one of these wild pigs trying to attack her and getting bitten by it.

The video then continues to zoom in on her behind, and you can clearly see where the red bite marks from the pig are visible.

Watch the full video below.

Luckily, she seemed to laugh it off, and got quite a bit of views and comments for it.

It just goes to show you that those photoshopped posts on Instagram that look perfect aren’t always as great as we think.

It’s good to see the real version of what happens in places like this.

This time the situation was laughable but remember that’s not always the case. So before you try to take pictures with wild animals, make sure you’re with trained individuals.. Or just rethink the whole experience entirely.