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Kim Kardashian West's prankster explains actions

Kim Kardashian West's prankster explains actions

The prankster who tried to kiss Kim Kardashian West's butt claims he did it to protest against her "fake implants".

The 35-year-old star was attacked by Vitalii Sediuk for the second time in two years when he attempted to sneakily smooch her derriere at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday (28.09.16), and he has explained his actions as standing up to encourage the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star to be a good role model and "popularise natural beauty".

He wrote on Instagram: "I was protesting Kim for using fake butt implants. I encourage her and the rest of Kardashian clan to popularise natural beauty among teenage girls who follow and defend them blindly."

And the notorious prankster - who has previously targeted Gigi Hadid, Brad Pitt and George Clooney - insists he hadn't planned the ambush but felt he had to take action when Kim appeared in front of him on her way to Balmain's fashion show.

He added: "P.s. I was sitting there outside the posh restaurant to use free wifi and eating my ice-cream. When all of a sudden, the pack of paparazzi came out and the car with Kim Kardashian. I swear I didn't know she was going to be there. So I had to come out with an idea very fast. Does it mean if I don't go to celebrities, they come to me? Lol.(sic)"

It has been claimed Kim - who has never confirmed speculation she has butt implants - is planning to file a police report and seek a restraining order against Sediuk after he came at her for the second time.

In 2014, the Ukrainian former TV presenter appeared to grab Kim's legs and pull her towards the floor before security waded in,in an incident which also took place at a Balmain fashion show at Paris Fashion Week.

He said afterwards: "I hope Kim is OK and won't be mad at me as I didn't mean any harm.

"Kanye is one lucky man as Kim is a Goddess!"

Last week, Vitalii was elbowed in the face by supermodel Gigi after he lifted her up at Milan Fashion Week.

She said afterwards: "Honestly, I felt I was in danger, and I had every right to react the way I did. If anything, I want girls to see the video and know that they have the right to fight back, too, if put in a similar situation.

"Practicing self-defence is important so that when you're in the moment, reacting from muscle memory comes more naturally to you than freezing up.

"Confidence in your own ability to defend yourself comes with educating yourself about it, and is a massive advantage when in an unsafe situation."