Demi Rose’s Revealing SnapsH๏τs from Burning Man in Racy Red Lingerie Leave Little to the Imagination

She has garnered millions of social media followers thanks to her enviable curves.

And Demi Rose set pulses racing on Thursday as she showcased her incredible figure in a series of sizzling Instagram snaps after attending the Burning Man Festival last week.

The model, 28, stunned in a racy red lingerie, which featured a blood-like embellishment dripping down her chest, putting her ample ᴀssets on full display.

Pairing the look, Demi covered up with a red kimono and threw on a pair of skiing goggles over her head.

Flaunting her jaw-dropping figure, Demi was surrounded by festival-goers as she posed in the Nevada Desert.

Giving fans a cheeky close-up, Demi snapped a selfie of her jaw-dropping chest and stomach.

Captioning the racy snaps on social media, Demi wrote: ‘Before the storm’.

Burning Man descended into chaos this year as fed-up revelers snapped and fought during the mᴀss exodus from the washout festival last Monday.

Tempers frayed during the hours-long line of RVs and campers on the way out of the Nevada desert, with cops warning many had turned hostile towards each other.

Pershing County Sheriff Jerry Allen said exhausted partygoers ‘lashed out’ at one another after finally breaking following a weekend of misery in the rain and mud.

Drone footage from showed snaking crowds of vehicles inching their way slowly across the sand as they made for the exits on Monday.

Some tried to cut in front of each other while others swerved in the mud to avoid crashing, with reports of patience running thin throughout the gridlock.

It came as the grand finale – the burning of ‘the man’ – finally got underway a day late, with the wooden statue lit for the dwindling crowd who’d stayed.

Meanwhile officials named the man who died during the festival on Saturday as 32-year-old Leon Reece, as they admitted the weather hampered their response.

‘As usually happens in what burners refer to as the ‘default world’ people allow their emotions to override their reasonableness and they are lashing out at each other as they leave the playa and attempt to make it to their next destination,’ Pershing County Sheriff Allen told the San Francisco Chronicle.

‘This behavior definitely does not fall within the 10 principles of Burning Man, but that is not the fault of BMP either, but is a societal issue.’

Allen also said the unusual weather delayed the arrival of the emergency services when Reece collapsed last Saturday.

He said an investigation is underway and a toxicology report being carried out. The sheriff said the abnormal weather was causing problems with trash.

‘This year is a little different in that there are numerous vehicles strewn all throughout the playa for several miles,’ the sheriff said.

The annual gathering, which launched on a San Francisco beach in 1986, attracts nearly 80,000 artists, musicians and activists for a mix of wilderness camping and avant-garde performances.

Disruptions are part of the event’s recent history: Dust storms forced organizers to temporarily close entrances to the festival in 2018, and the event was twice canceled altogether during the pandemic.

President Joe Biden told reporters in Delaware that he was aware of the situation at Burning Man, including the death, and the White House was in touch with local authorities.

The event is remote on the best of days and emphasizes self-sufficiency.

Amid the flooding, revelers were urged to conserve their food and water, and most remained hunkered down at the site.

Some attendees, however, managed to walk several miles to the nearest town or catch a ride there.

Diplo, whose real name is Thomas Wesley Pentz, posted a video to Instagram showing him and Rock riding in the back of a fan’s pickup truck. He said they had walked six miles through the mud before hitching a ride.

‘I legit walked the side of the road for hours with my thumb out,’ Diplo wrote.