Sunday, 19. May 2013 - 20:05
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The two female Croatian football fans who became an internet sensation all over the world when they flashed their naked breasts in Poland when Croatia played Ireland in the European Championships, have been offered an all expenses paid holiday in Dubrovnik on Croatia's Dalmatian coast.
Mislav Burdelez, owner of the Galija restaurant in Cavtat near Dubrovnik together with his friends have invited the girls for a week free holiday in Dubrovnik.
"We were impressed by the performance of our topless-supporters, They have attracted more positive global attention than even our footballers at this moment. It shows true patriotism to our beautiful homeland, our beautiful countrywomen! We stand behind all their actions, I sincerely admire them, we encourage you to continue in the same distinctive style. We want you to repay you. We invite you to a magnificent one-week time in Dubrovnik and Cavtat," wrote the businessmen.
Burdelez has left his email address on the website index.hr for Jelena and Viktorija Miksa to contact him and take him up on his offer.
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