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Latina hottie Rita Mattos sizzles naked at the pool

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Model Name: Rita Mattos
Date Added: 20 February 2019

Tatted up model Rita Mattos isn’t your prototype Playboy Playmate but the busty, curvy bombshell is just so damn hot they couldn’t ignore her. In a sexy bikini the curvy, sizzling hot babe headed out to the pool to do a little sunbathing. Where she is from everyone sunbathes topless so she didn’t hesitate to toss her top aside and free her tits. The bikini bottoms didn’t stay on much longer as she got up and walked over to a poolside lounge couch. She stretched out on the couch, showing her shaved pussy and round ass. As she rolled over onto her side the huge tattoo that covers her entire back and one of her ripe ass cheeks glistened with her sweat from the hot sun. With a body like this, Rita just might light the Playboy Mansion on fire!

Rita Mattos
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Country: Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Fake Boobs: No
Measurements: -0-0

Comments

josh
June 2020, 05:30 PM

Another sexy beauty sporting a breast augmentation. Let it be known that Playboy is famous for publishing models with fake racks. Either they don't care or they're simply very inexperienced in the field of breast augmentation versus a natural rack. Fake breasts will resemble bowls from shallow for small silicone pouch to deep for the larger ones. About the only time a fake rack resembles a natural rack is long after massaging and gravity doing it's work or the recipient had seriously sagging breasts and subtly chose a size compatible to her body not her mind. Playboy is Bad news for young men who may never know the difference between natural and a fake rack.

Smitty
June 2020, 05:36 PM

Nice rack but they do still look fake. Bowls indeed instead of downward slope above her boob and there's no crease yet developed underneath, thus the "bowl" shape. Lol! Who knew! Flabbergasted.