World’s sexiest referee Claudia Romani risks Instagram red card as she strips to tiny dress and thong to flash bum

CLAUDIA ROMANI risked an Instagram red card as she posed in a ref-themed dress.

The former whistler donned the tiny outfit on the beach for her latest social media snaps.

Claudia Romani posed in a red-themed outfitCredit: Splash
Claudia risked an Instagram ban with this cheeky snapCredit: Splash
The 41-year-old smiles in the sunshineCredit: Splash

Claudia has previously modelled for Playboy, GQ and Cosmopolitan.

But in these snaps she paid homage to her former profession, officiating.

The 41-year-old became a Serie A and Serie B-licensed official in 2014.

She caused a stir, however, when she posed in an AC Milan shirt two years later.


Claudia has since returned to modelling, having initially ditched it to try her hand at reffing.

In her latest beach snaps she produced a variety of poses, bending over in one picture while smiling in her shades in another.

She has amassed 1.3million Instagram followers.

Claudia recently showed off her AC Milan allegiance on Instagram in recent weeks.

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Claudia is a former Serie A and Serie B-licensed refCredit: Splash
She has previously modelled for Playboy and CosmopolitanCredit: Splash

She showed off her colours ahead of their Champions League semi-final clash with rivals Inter.

The former ref will have been left disappointed, however, after her side were beaten by their city foes.

Claudia has since revealed her NBA fandom of the Miami Heat, and will have been delighted when Erik Spoelstra’s men booked their place in the Finals by beating the Boston Celtics in Game 7 earlier this week.

Claudia is a big AC Milan fanCredit: Splash
She has previously gotten into hot water for displaying her Milan allegianceCredit: Splash News

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