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By Amy Croffey. She said she's 'too self-conscious' to sunbathe topless in real life but gorgeous Australian model Marissa Wynne made an exception for the Modern Family cameras. The year-old beauty will be watched by millions all over the world when she appears in the hit US show as they visit Australia. Depicted as the typical bronzed Bondi beach babe, Wynne stars as a topless bather who comes to the aid of the show's teen boys Luke Nolan Gould and Manny Rico Rodriquez.
A group of male politicians want topless sunbathing banned on beaches, including Sydney tourist havens such as Bondi, Manly and Coogee, arguing that the sight of women without bikini tops is offensive. Christian MP and veteran morals campaigner Reverend Fred Nile won backing from key politicians in the state of New South Wales to tighten existing laws covering nude sunbathing. Mr Nile, who is planning to introduce a bill to parliament banning topless sunbathing, said high community standards should be observed in public places. It must say exposure of women's breasts on beaches will be prohibited," he said. The bill has won the support of Labour government MP Paul Gibson, who told the Sydney Daily Telegraph that families at the beach during the summer holidays did not want to see topless women. Pictures of the day: 30 December But some Australians, keen to protect their relaxed beachgoing lifestyle at the height of summer, have reacted angrily to the proposal.