Miss Greece disqualified from Miss World 2015 due to 'inappropriate behaviour'
Theodora Nte Morais Moschouri, the woman chosen to represent Greece at the 2015 staging of the Miss World beauty pageant has been disqualified.
Angelopedia.com, a site which gives updates on the pageant, now under way in Sanya, China, reported that the 21-year-old was "sent home due to 'inappropriate behaviour'."
However, the exact reason for Moschouri's disqualification is unknown.
Moschouri's profile on Miss World's official site says she “grew up living on the Aegean Island Chios, which is known for its majestic and fragrant plains, full of orange, lemon and tangerine trees.”
Her picture has been removed from the website.
Moschouri came as replacement for Katerina Galiatsatou, who was selected as the Greek representative for the Miss World 2015 pageant.
However, the 24-year-old she could not participate due to family reasons.
Greece last won the Miss World pageant when 18-year-old Irene Skliva was crowned winner back in 1996.
Miss World 2015 will take place on December 19 at the Beauty Crown Grand Theatre in Sanya, China.
Jamaica's representative is 24-year-old Dr. Sanneta Myrie.