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He’s the rising fashion star recognized for his arduous partying.
But Jordan Barrett swapped ‘dangerous boy’ behaviour for old school dangerous manners on Thursday when he was caught choosing his nose in Byron Bay, NSW.
The 21-year-old male supermodel was photographed digging for gold whereas driving round his hometown in a silver convertible Volkswagen.
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Model behaviour? Jordan Barrett picks his nose as he takes a spin in a convertible in Byron Bay
Despite the hotter climate, Jordan went about his day in a longsleeve white prime.
His well-known blonde locks have been styled in messy waves, and he displayed a golden tan.
Jordan hails from Byron Bay, and was first scouted at age 13 when he was making an attempt to steal matches from an area grocery store.
On the street: The 21-year-old fashion ‘dangerous boy’ was behind the wheel of a silver Volkswagen convertible
Hometown: Jordan hails from Byron Bay, and was first scouted at age 13 when he was making an attempt to steal matches from an area grocery store
Success: Jordan has taken the modelling world by storm in current years
At the time, Jordan thought he was being approached by retailer safety, however the man turned out to be mannequin scout.
‘He was asking me all these questions on my mum and stuff I did not perceive. I assumed he was safety, and I type of scampered away,’ Jordan beforehand advised Vanity Fair.
The agent then gave Jordan his card, and Jordan’s mom contacted the modelling company quickly after.
Feeling scorching? Despite the hotter climate, Jordan went about his day in a longsleeve white prime
Last month, Jordan made headlines when he re-uploaded a pornographic picture to his Instagram account.
He shared a censored model of a photograph of two individuals having intercourse, after beforehand risking being banned from Instagram for posting different X-rated photographs.
Jordan tagged his yet-to-be launched eyewear vary Heavilly Sedated in the publish.
Explicit: Last month, Jordan made headlines when he re-uploaded a pornographic picture to his Instagram account and risked being banned from the image-sharing web site
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia in August, Jordan defended his behavior of sharing racy footage on-line, arguing they have been ‘inventive’.
‘Those pictures are all artwork. It’s an artwork account. It’s all artwork, each picture on there,’ he defined.
Jordan maintains the ‘artwork’ account individually to his private Instagram web page, which additionally options racy imagery.
He continued: ‘What everybody else thinks is raunchy… some individuals do not, it is everybody’s opinion.’
‘They’re artwork’: Speaking to Daily Mail Australia in August, Jordan defended his behavior of sharing racy footage on-line, arguing they have been ‘inventive’