Cook is also not the first to offend with her actions abroad.
A New Zealand Playboy playmate has come under fire for posing naked on a sacred Maori mountain.
Jaylene Cook, 25, shared a photo of herself on Instagram wearing nothing but gloves, trainers and a hat while at the summit, after hiking up the 2,308m mountain with her boyfriend Josh Shaw, 27.
Mount Taranaki, an active volcano located on the west coast of new Zealand’s North Island, is considered sacred in Maori culture.
The couple bought clothes at a local second-hand shop and set off at 2am.
The picture has gained more than 8,500 likes on Ms Cook's Instagram, which features multiple images of the 25-year-old in states of undress or entirely nude.'This climb has forever changed me.
I could not have done this without you babe @thejoshshaw!
In the nude image Ms Cook can be seen admiring the view from the top while wearing just a hat, gloves and shoes.I proved just how far I could push myself and I am truely proud of my accomplishment.Safe to say, I will never do it again 😅A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on The mountain, which is an active volcano, is sacred for Maori and according to a spokesperson for the local tribe, the photo disrespects their special place."It's like someone went into St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican and took a nude photo," Dennis Ngawhare told the ."It's a sacred place and something like this is just very inappropriate.They would consider it as being disrespectful towards the mountain.” He added: “I accept people climb up to the summit, but what we do ask is that people be respectful.” Cook defended her actions, arguing that her naked photo was "natural".She told nz: "[The photo's] not crude or explicit in any way.