Model rants on Instagram because ‘Neanderthals’ won’t approve her visa

An influencer has taken to social media to vent regarding being ‘trapped’ in Australia, because of her visa not being approved as quick as she expected.
New York-based Australian model, Talia Richman, 24, complained to her 114k followers on Instagram regarding her visa not being approved in time for her flight back to the U.S.A. next week.

More specifically, she was annoyed at the questionable incompetence of the people she was talking to at the U.S.A. embassy.

“I would really like to give a personal shout out to the U.S.A. Embassy offices of Australia for being absolute cretins,” she said.

“Like, legitimately, incompetent Neanderthals. They have to be unemployed, cancelled and blocked instantly.”

The 24-part rant was created on her Instagram stories, as Richman waited to board a flight to Perth to attend the embassy there, because of alleged shorter interview wait times. It’s believed she was unaware of the 2 to 3 month wait period for visa interviews.

“I’ve become that person who asks to talk to the manager,” she said.
“I’m feeling deported, stuck and cornered here in Australia. Not that that’s a bad issue, however I miss my puppy.”

The model, who has recently been coupled to Kendall Jenner’s ex, Australian Basketballer Ben Simmons, smiled through gritted teeth as she explained her escapades after sending her work to Perth, solely to have it returned the morning she was set to fly out.

“The Neanderthals called me and say it’s not presupposed to arrive till later, thus my plan was to rock up, talk, schmooze and flirt my way into them giving me my visa,” she jokes.

“But miraculously my documents arrived back at my house this morning by the post, despite the idiot on the phone at the Embassy telling me they were on their way.”

Finishing her now-deleted rant, Richman apologized to her fans explaining that she required and outlet.

“I needed to get it out because I’m abusing innocent contractor, phone people instead,” she said.