An Instagram influencer attempting to take the perfect picture accidentally fell, revealing her bum to thousands of followers.
Alex Baxter was travelling in the Australian outback when the hilarious moment was captured on camera.
The blogger, who often posts pictures of her travels shared the video on the page Influencers In The Wild, which has 3.6 million followers.
The video shows her in a short white dress, attempting to climb a cliff, before sleeping into the water below, reports news.com.au.
In the footage the dress lifts up to reveal her bum, showing the great risks influencers take to get the perfect pictures.
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The picture is captioned: "Free Solo 2: Revenge of the Mountain" and has more than 85,000 likes.
One social media user commented: “I knew it was coming, and I still enjoyed every second of it."
Another said: "Glorious! This should be the outcome for all ‘influencers’ who go to remote locations and share them all over social media for likes."
A third said: “DYK (do you know) that it’s possible to go somewhere and NOT share it?”
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However, many found the clip hilarious – one Instagrammer said: “I was expecting that would happen but seeing it was even better than I had imagined."
Another person added: “This is why I don’t climb rocks!”
She's not the first influencer to have shared her behind the scenes fail – earlier this year Bear Grylls accidentally live streamed his penis.
The TV hard man, who is known for his extreme survival skills, logged onto his official Insta account before starting a live stream with his fans.
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During the clip, Bear, 45, could be seen stripped down in nothing but his socks.
The outdoor-lover then proceeds to jump into an outdoor lake.
Awkwardly, as he dived into the water he jumped over the camera flashing his manhood in the process.
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