‘Venice beach girls’ expose ‘VenICE BEDS’: Why do so many bikini-clad women dress so provocatively?

The beach girls in the clip are wearing the same clothing and makeup as the bikini-wear-clad girls in a recent bikini-themed music video.

The women are seen being filmed in the video wearing “glittery” outfits such as skimpy tops and high heels, with their mouths partially hidden under their swimsuits.

“This is what they wear on the beach,” the woman said.

“You know, these are the bikini girls.

They’re the bikini girl.

They want to be the bikini.

You know, they want to wear it.”

One of the girls, who has not been named, can be heard telling the camera, “It’s not just about the clothes.

It’s not about the shoes, you know, you’re just wearing it to be a little bit of a slut”.

The video, which has since gone viral, has been watched by more than 2.5 million people.

One of its creators, Nick Rolfe, has defended the video’s content.

He told Channel Nine’s Today program that the bikini scenes were “pretty tame” and were in no way offensive.

“It’s a little naughty for a little girl to go out and look like this and think that’s what’s right,” he said.

“And to be honest, I’m not sure if they’ve seen it, but I think they’re going to think it’s pretty tame.”

He said the girls were trying to “change the image” of the industry and that he would “do anything” to get them off.

“We’re not asking for anything, you understand, we’re not demanding anything,” he told Today.

“We’re just making a video, it’s a video that people can see.”

A spokeswoman for the Australian Department of Culture and the Arts (ACSA) said the department was investigating the matter and would consider whether to make a formal complaint.

“The Department is aware of the matter, and will be responding to the complainant in due course,” a spokeswoman for ACSA told AAP.